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A ticking clock: Are our health systems prepared to address the impacts of climate change?

Extreme flooding caused by climate change is set to continue to impact human health. Image: UNSPLASH/Misbahul Aulia

Tamer Samah Rabie

Lead Health Specialist, World Bank's Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice

Stephen Dorey

Health, Nutrition, and Population Consultant, World Bank

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