Health Care Inequality

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In a theoretical standpoint, everyone in the world has the right to a standard of physical and mental well-being. However, there are many challenges that hinder this goal. According to World Health Organization (2015), there are at least 400 million people do not have access to one or more essential health services. Therefore, I believe inequality access to health care is the greatest global health problem in the century.
Inequality access to health care mainly relates to poverty. High proportion of the population in developing countries has inadequate resources to spend on basic health services (Peters et al., 2008; Smith & P., 1999). For instance, 60% of the Cambodian women have to give birth at home and assisted by unskilled birth attendants

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