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De saúde global: taxas de mortalidade rural

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    Md.Nur-E- A.
    BD
    Md.Nur-E- A.

    matter of thinking

    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    There is no gainsaying the fact that we need primary health care now more than ever since it is a widespread belief that prevention is better than cure. Enough of the neglect by Federal and State Ministries of Health. Both the secondary and tertiary levels of care have not reduced the disease burden on the population. Preventive services is not given the pride of place due to belief by some health personnel that the curative services which is expensive and unaffordable by the poor citizens will lose its relevance in the medical and health fields. This is the bane of strengthening the primary health care system. Efforts by WHO to get governments to allocate more resources to preventive services have proved abortive. Physicians who are often appointed to head the Ministries of Health have refused to change the health system towards primary healthcare. They seem not to subscribe to WHO’s estimate that better use of existing preventive measures and initiating new ones can reduce the global burden of disease by as much as 70 per cent. People keep dying of both communicable and non-communicable diseases even when it has been proven that it is only a strong primary healthcare system that can contain these diseases. Thousands of young and old people die on a yearly basis all because we have failed to accord primary healthcare great importance. Poor people have to stay sick and die because they do not have the means to get the care they need while the rich travel out of the country for medical care.

    Ahmed A.
    KE
    Ahmed A.

    Increased rural mortality rate in africa coused by weakness of health services.

    Noel W.
    MW
    Noel W.

    infant mortality rate very increasing indeed mostly in Africa

    Hafsah D.
    NG
    Hafsah D.

    Had access to sanitation compound with 70 percent in urban areas.

    Hafsah D.
    NG
    Hafsah D.

    What is term rural morality rate

    Bitrus S.
    NG
    Bitrus S.

    The emphasis on health care is still curative rather than preventive.

    Zeeshan J.
    AU
    Zeeshan J.

    rural mortality rates Rural mortality rates The general gains in life expectancy as a measure of health status have arisen through improvements in primary health care. However, in developing regions and even in a lot of developed countries the emphasis in health care is still on curative measures rather than preventative ones. WHO data shows that in 1994,18 per cent of the world's population in rural areas had access to sanitation compared with 70 per cent in urban areas. 63 per cent of the world's population in rural areas had access to safe water compared with 82 per cent in urban areas

    Samuel J.
    BJ
    Samuel J.

    THE SURVEY OF THAT PERCENTAGE IS TO WHAT DEGREE?

    Simbararshe C.
    ZW
    Simbararshe C.

    The general gains in life expectancy as a measure of health status have arisen through improvements in primary health care. However, in developing regions and even in a lot of developed countries the emphasis in health care is still on curative measures rather than preventative ones. WHO data shows that in 1994,18 per cent of the world's population in rural areas had access to sanitation compared with 70 per cent in urban areas. 63 per cent of the world's population in rural areas had access to safe water compared with 82 per cent in urban areas.

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