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3 ways Africa can improve the health of women and children

A child receives a cholera vaccination at a clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe, on 4 October 2018.

By leveraging private-sector expertise and innovation, African healthcare can go from strength to strength. Image: Reuters/Philimon Bulawayo

Temitayo Erogbogbo
Director, Multilateral Organization Engagement MSD and Advocacy Lead, MSD for Mothers, MSD
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