ALL African countries need to realise that they must do more to develop quality health care.
The Global Health Leadership Institute Conference held this week in New Haven, Connecticut, USA gave an opportunity to delegates from Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Rwanda, and South Africa to exchange ideas on how to improve quality heath services.
Like Dr. Patrick Kyamanywa, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Rwanda said, by sharing information and experiences, countries learn from each other on how to improve health services.
Rwandan participants focused on developing an evaluation plan to monitor and assess progress along Rwanda's 2011-2016 Human Resources for Health strategy.
Remember, the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) develops global health leadership through education and research programs that strengthen the capacity of countries and communities to ensure health equity and quality of care for all.
The GHLI Conference, which seeks to provide a forum for free exchange on healthcare and health systems issues needs support.