Laura Hanson

by Laura Hanson

As countries like Namibia, Vietnam, India and others have transitioned from a ‘low’ to ‘middle-income’ country status, they have also experienced startling cuts in international assistance. Cuts in aid threaten to under-mind progress. In response, more and more the flow of private sector resources into developing countries is being leveraged to fill this gap. Resources gathered through partnerships between the Namibian government, foreign donors and businesses and corporations provide basic primary health care services.

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