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    China’s suggestions regarding to WHO’s Role in Topic A

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    Post by CHINA-who on Sat May 17, 2014 5:20 pm

    China is well aware of the fact from WHO, which states that “in many countries, there is a critical shortage of health workers, and a short supply of essential.” And China appreciates the efforts all the delegates put in during all these sessions. China, however, has some suggestions regarding to the role WHO should play in the whole process:

    Funding is essential for all the programs suggested in the resolution paper to run. However, relying on the financial aids from WHO/NGOs is not realistic and is not sustainable for the long run development in the developing countries. China believes the best way to solve the situation is to having these developing countries experiencing greater domestic economic growth. WHO, in this process, should work with other UN agencies (i.e. IMF) to promote sustainable economic growth in these developing countries. Considering that corruption is possible and governments in these countries may not want to put health care service into their top priority after economic conditions have been improved, China believes that teams should be sent from WHO and some NGOs to the developing countries to ensure that the portion of government’s annual budget for the health care service is reasonable. In addition to that, teams from WHO/NGOs should assist the government of the developing countries to set up long-term goals, breaking these long-term goals to achievable short-term goals, with well-planned budgets.

    China believes WHO should be also involved in the process of coordinating multilateral cooperation in terms of reducing cost of accessing basic health-care service. As an example, even though China has a universal health care system covering both rural and urban areas, accessibility is not equal and cost is still so high, especially the out of pocket payment is high. As a result, China believes that WHO should lead research regarding new, cheaper drugs and more advancing technologies in order to reduce the cost of accessing the basic health-care services. Research teams should consist of scientists from different countries and the funding for this project should come from WHO directly.

    China would like to hear your opinions about WHO's overall role in the process (i.e. WHO's responsibilities), thank you~
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    Post by ETHIOPIA-who on Sun May 18, 2014 3:20 am

    The delegation Of Ethiopia would like to agree with many of the thought provoking points brought up by the delegation of China. However, we would appreciate if the delegation of China could perhaps elaborate specifically on what they mean by the setting up of long term goals
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    Post by CHINA-who on Sun May 18, 2014 11:12 am

    By long term goals, the delegation of China refers to goals such as : within the next ten years, XX number of hospitals will be built; XX number of citizens will have access to the basic health care services, etc.And any other goals that relate to the long term well beings of the citizens in the developing counries. Thank you!

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