The Lancet   |  April 18, 2009

Read the Publication

The dissonance between the public health services provided in developed countries compared with those promoted by donors in developing countries is curious and costly. Population-wide services are a core component of publicly funded health services in developed countries, and are underpinned by a framework of public health regulations to reduce exposure to communicable diseases.1 In developing countries, donors and international aid agencies have prioritised clinical services above population-wide services.

Read more here.