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  • Media Can Highlight Link Among Health Outcomes, Finance, and Governance

    Health Finance & Governance
    Friday, November 6, 2015

    (A kit developed by Internews in Kenya in collaboration with USAID's Health Finance & Governance Project is described in this article from HFG.)

    In many countries, the media has a potentially key role to play in advancing the health agenda. Journalists can shine a light on critical, but often underreported stories by connecting the dots for the public, civil society organizations, and decision-makers so they can fully understand health priorities and the funding and governance issues behind them.

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