To achieve universal healthcare, the WHO needs to be open to working with the private sector ǀ View

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) flagship event of the year, the World Health Assembly (WHA), is currently underway. Delegates from around the world are in Geneva to determine the path forward on the world’s most pressing global health challenges as well as WHO’s efforts to modernize.

The WHO has a clear choice: engage in constructive partnerships with a wide array of stakeholders or continue down a path where key stakeholders are – for all practical purposes – excluded, ultimately undermining the WHO’s own goals. If the WHO is going to tackle the range of critical global challenges it faces, private sector and civil society expertise and resources can’t be left by the wayside.

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