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    New Plan Provides Better Health Care In Developing Countriesi
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    December 12, 2013 6:44 PM
    Major donors are changing the way they fund health programs in low income countries. The results in maternal and child health have been so successful that the World Bank and the Global Fund are working together to add programs on AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. As VOA's Carol Pearson reports, the change in financing focuses on motivating health care workers to provide better care and on helping patients get it.

    New Plan Provides Better Health Care In Developing Countries

    Published December 12, 2013

    Major donors are changing the way they fund health programs in low income countries. The results in maternal and child health have been so successful that the World Bank and the Global Fund are working together to add programs on AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. As VOA's Carol Pearson reports, the change in financing focuses on motivating health care workers to provide better care and on helping patients get it.


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