The Challenge of Haiti. Health: A Right for All.
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This report has three main objectives: first, to share some of the activities developed by PAHO/WHO in the last few years in Haiti; second, to inform the international community and Haitian society about the achievements attained in the health sector resulting from collaborative efforts; and third, to reaffirm to the international community that achieving “Health for All” is not a utopian ideal, but rather an attainable goal even for countries facing complex situations such as Haiti.
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