If you feed money in to a developing countries health care system, what happens when you stop feeding money? This is in reference to the $1bn that the governments of the UK, Norway, Netherlands and Australia will be giving to the GAVI for the worlds 72 poorest nations.
Does the country have a high enough GDP to support the systems that have been introduced in the long term? I am guessing not, or else why did we need to feed the money in the first place. Therefore why waste the money, effort and time. I am all for helping a country develop, but it should be in a maintainable fashion, therefore helping to improve the countries economy and then it will be able to improve it’s own health care (along with everything else).