The need for a European strategy on global health.

  title={The need for a European strategy on global health.},
  author={Ilona S. Kickbusch},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of public health},
  volume={34 6},
International health has as a rule been considered as the involvement of countries in the work of international organizations such as the World Health Organization, usually through small departments of ‘‘international health’’ in the Ministries of Health and as development aid and humanitarian assistance, more often than not handled by bilateral aid agencies linked (in most cases) to the Ministries of Foreign Affairs or to Ministries of Development. But even in these long-established areas of… CONTINUE READING

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