Health Cooperation Beyond Aid - Pathways for Change
MMI essay contest 2017
Medicus Mundi International (MMI) In summer the working group on Effective Health Cooperation of the Medicus Mundi International Network (MMI EHC) launched an essay contest referring to their discussion paper on “Health Cooperation: Its relevance, legitimacy and effectiveness as a contribution to achieving universal access to health”. All representatives of organizations engaged in international health cooperation have been invited to submit their answer on how to actually change health cooperation beyond aid. In the meantime the winner - the author of the most convincing/inspiring answer selected by the jury - has been selected and MMI is happy to herewith present the winner: Natalie Sharples, Head of Policy & Campaigns at the MMI Network member Health Poverty Action. We invite you to read Natalie Sharples' rather tough message as part of our collection of essays which is now available online.
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