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March Global Health Readings, #2

An interesting piece analyzing some recent economics work (that, I freely admit, is beyond my full ken).  But the general notion of alternative ways to incentivize global health “producers” is an interesting one, and parallels the domestic focus on quality and high value care in some ways.

A bit of a feel good piece from the outgoing president of the advocacy group Friends of the Global Fund. Still nice to have recounted some of the wins of the last 25 years.

Fascinating short video shot with 360 degree cameras that shows a Jordanian refugee camp.  It does a great job of giving you a sense of the place. (note that you can scroll around within the video as it is playing)
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