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Implementing the Millennium Development Goals

Health Inequality and the Role of Global Health Partnerships

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This Note examines the extent of health inequalities within and between countries and analyses ways in which global health partnerships (GHPs) – an innovative and important vehicle for international cooperation – can alleviate health inequality so as to support developing countries in achieving internationally agreed goals in health, including the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Foreword

Many developing countries have recently made significant strides towards achieving the health-related Millennium Development Goals. The international community has played an active role and new approaches for development cooperation—the global health partnerships—have emerged, bringing in new actors and additional resources.

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