As Health Crisis Looms, Cameroon Cracks Down On Illegal Clinics

Repost from NPR . “Cameroon is tackling a health care crisis. The country’s 22 million people face high rates of HIV, malaria and tuberculosis. And the country has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world. But public health care is too expensive, or simply not available, for many families. So they’ve have turned to unauthorized clinics for care.” Read more here .

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