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The CMH makes a strong case for substantial increases in support to health development. While increased spending by governments in poor countries is needed, it seems clear that the adequate development of basic health services in the poorest countries requires donors to make long-term and predictable commitments to financial support. Increased funds are certainly welcome, but it is very important to consider some of the implications of increased financial commitments by donors and governments in developing countries on such a large scale.
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They require the simultaneous building of robust health systems, a clear and committed focus on the health needs of poor people, and adequate geographical outreach for quality services. The goal of poverty reduction through improved health can only be effectively addressed by means of a decentralized approach that ensures community empowerment, local institutional development, and promotion of good governance.
Well-functioning health systems require incentives that attract qualified personnel, adequate infrastructure and information systems, and capacity for planning and effective leadership. Access to essential drugs at affordable prices, including patented ones, is also a precondition for the functioning of health systems. Together, these are essential conditions for the sustainability of health systems at country level.
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