Weak Vaccine-Preventable Disease Surveillance Could Cost the African Region $22.4 billion, WHO Warns - Africa Health
The failure by African countries to invest in disease surveillance could lead to drastic consequences over the next decade, the World Health Organization has warned. The agency estimates that weak surveillance efforts would cost the continent a US$22.4 billion economic burden over the next decade. The caution is contained in the WHO newly launched frameworkInvestmentRead More