African solutions to African health system challenges

Workers look for abnormal holes in mosquito netting at the A to Z Textile Mills factory producing insecticide-treated bednets in Arusha, Tanzania, May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Katy Migiro

Dr. Olusoji Adeyi, president of Resilient Health Systems, shares strategies for supporting Africa’s health systems and ending the region’s dependency on foreign funding for public health interventions, which, he argues, disincentivizes African leaders from taking financial responsibility for the continent’s fight against malaria and other endemic diseases.

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