SOC 300 WK 7 Disc - Leaders in these nations should start...

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In relation to the health of populations in developing countries there is a north and south. The distinction between the rich countries of the north and the poor/developing countries in the south has increased gradually plunging the developing nations’ further into issues related to healthcare. In this regard it must be known that the socio-economic division between the north and the south has slowed the process of development of a worldwide healthcare system on a global scale.
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Unformatted text preview: Leaders in these nations should start addressing the issues by setting up more and more primary clinics in the developing nations and establish sufficiently equipped healthcare stations to help control epidemics. Even with these ideas some other responsibilities are not only arranging funds for establishing such healthcare institutions the leaders of the developing nations must make the global community aware of the healthcare needs in the global South....
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