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ASB100 Assignment 1 InstructionsGood news! You are a multi-millionaire, with $100 million or more to spare. You have the chance to change the world! What would you do?In this module’s introductory video, your professor poses the following conundrum: There are a million or more major health challenges throughout the world, but limited resources to address them all. How do we decide what our priorities are? In this assignment, you are tasked with creating a plan to spend $100 million on global health needs. You will be graded on how well you formulate a succinct philosophy, well-supported priorities, and a targeted plan. Read ASB100_Assignment1INSTRUCTIONS (this document) thoroughly. Download the ASB100_Assignment1TEMPLATE_rename document to complete your answers. Make sure you click on the Assignment 1 Blackboard link to access the ASB100_Assignment1RUBRIC.docx that will be used to grade your assignment. Name your document 1_LastName_FirstName and submit itthrough the Assignment 1 link. Below are the assignment questions with further instructions, tips, and Frequently Asked Questions that should help you complete your assignment. If you have questions after reviewing all the material, please post to Yellowdig.1. Write a brief paragraph that outlines your overarching philosophy concerning global health problems and solutions. What do you think is the best approach to spending global health funding?Questions to consider (you don't need to address all of these): Do we tackle the bases of the hardestmost intractable problems, or go for the easiest fixes? Do we tackle the problems that cause the most deaths, or the most recoverable illnesses? Those that affect the most people, the richest people, the poorest people? Further, what balance should be struck between taking on immediate problems

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