Health Care Education

Throughout 2017 there has been a mass of disasters and wars, all of which have directly resulted in the need for emergency funding, aid and support. Whilst the immediate needs are always to most important for the short term, it is often the case that the long term needs such as Education are often forgotten. The wide array of refugees, survivors and injured are quite rightly the most important elements that need aid.  The long term solutions and support mechanisms such as Health Care, Emergency Funding Sources and Military aid should already be on hand.  Most especially Country by country, as well as through organisations such as The United Nations, Oxfam as well as many other providers.

The long term goals of ensuring adequate health care resources and trained personnel are on hand, should be drastically improved on. Take the Syrian Refugee crisis, which has affected most of Europe and many other regions. Whilst countries such as Jordan have introduced new polices to help provide support for Syrian refugees, these health services incur fees. This in itself makes it inaccessible for the poor.

The recommended solution in a nut shell is for “International Support” with a focus on Education and Global Super Funds.  Please review the Amnesty InternationalSyrian Refugee Health Care data sheet here.  This document offers a very comprehensive resource, which by its very context and nature, is a fantastic Educational aid.

A recommended provider of education within the Health Educaiton sector can be found on the Official Bangor University Health & Social Care degree page here.

The United Nations Global Health website offers a different view on what is needed around the world.  The collective data is extremely valuable and offers researchers various factual data that can be used to help world wide issues.

From Polio, Tuberculosis and one of the biggest outbreaks of recent years Ebola, the urgency of worldwide co-operation has never been more needed.

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