Religious groups could expedite response to biggest global health challenges of 21st century

7 julio 2015

Faith-based organizations are crucial in achieving the promise of universal health coverage — an adequate standard of health care for all people — especially for poor and marginalized groups, according to a new series on faith-based health care. The series argues that building on the extensive experience, strengths, and capacities of faith-based organizations (e.g., geographical coverage, influence, and infrastructure) offers a unique opportunity to improve health outcomes.