Setbacks: Global Health Inequity is Solvable
As part of our Setbacks series examining the impact of COVID-19 on global development, Paul Farmer explains why he is still optimistic after working for 40 years to end global health inequities. Paul Farmer is a professor at Harvard Medical School, Chief of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and Co-Founder of Partners In Health. He believes that solutions flow from addressing social pathologies along with pathogens.
Looking to learn more about global health? Check out these links:
Bending the Arc, Netflix
Pragmatic Solidarity, by Paul Farmer for The Center for Compassion and Global Health