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There are 2 comments on Public Health as a Public Good

  1. The term public health as a public good, is yet, a thing to pass, because public health quality is a very serious challenge in our country, Liberia, to reach to the unreachable with present of bad road conditions, none or very limited health facility of structures by qualified facilities and quality health information to reach with other services to population, are all not available yet, though.

    But with the present and the help of Partners working along with the Government for capacity building, and accountability, is by strengthening to improve community health Assistant or worker program to every one, every household and at every where, when successful, could help me to agreed that public health is one of the kind of public goods, in regards to clean air, National security and clean and safe water.

    Thus, we need strong partnership to ensure that all stakeholders and every leader understand(s) what we have as assets could be used fairly, sincerely and promoting good attitude toward our well being, that which go together with a translated policies for everyone to understand, uphold, promote and applied, so, can help me to accept public health as a public good for all at all time and at everywhere. Thank you so much for your idea available that i came across and learned from it.

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