Global Health Oct 19th

Global Health Oct 19th - Easiest route to address problems...

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European superpowers met and split Africa up into arbitrary segments Divided some African cultures Put opposing Africa n cultures in same state European efforts Unifying language European powers believed they had hundreds of years Not interested in investing resources Aid Disputed by countries Debt cancellation Agreeing to cancel $40 billion in debt Never expected to be repayed in first place No great impact
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Unformatted text preview: Easiest route to address problems in Africa Trade More complicated, not likely to have progress Entrenched interest in west protecting their produces with subsidies Is it the responsibility of super powers to pay attention to infectious diseases around the world? Yes Give pharmaceutical fast-track incentive to produce low cost medicines: speed the FDA approval of a drug...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course ETHICS INTRO taught by Professor Euben during the Spring '08 term at Duke.

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