Stronger Healthcare Systems Critical for Africas Socioeconomic Transformation

KIGALI, Jun 22 (IPS) – Prof. Claude Mambo Muvunyi is Director General of Rwanda Biomedical CentreSince the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare systems globally have battled to deal with the repercussions unleashed by the disease. From the outset, Africa was considered particularly vulnerable due to several factors: limited healthcare provision in some areas, high prevalence of HIV and TB in a number of countries, and limited fiscal room to respond to the pandemic’s financial impacts.

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