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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Sofya Popova
Millennium Goals of the UN Health Care Policy: Internal and External Evaluation
Political Analysis and Public Policy
(Master’s programme)
2017
There are too many barriers that limit access to healthcare for people throughout the world. Affordability or price is a burden in some nations, while low awareness of preventive health care and poor education create barriers in others. Drawing attention to the problem and its scope, lowering or removing these barriers is a shared responsibility, one that must be pursued more creatively and intensively in collaboration with healthcare stakeholders worldwide – including governments, healthcare providers and industry. It is not clear how the discourse is shaped the think tanks and UN and how do they evaluate the implementation of the policy, due to non-transparent communication between each other. This paper is an attempt to define the alternative data on the major disease ans assess the policy implementation of the UN by alternative views.

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