Washington D.C, November 18, 2014
President of Quality Health Africa, Erwin Boateng attended a Subcommittee Congressional hearing on Global Health and Fighting Ebola. There were testimonies from the International Medical Corps, Africare and Food Security and Livelihoods Global Communities.
During his testimony at the Subcommittee on Global Health and fighting Ebola Congressional Hearing yesterday, Senior Vice President of International Medical Corps, Mr. Rabih T. Torbay emphasized the importance of Building health infrastructure needed to strengthen the healthcare system in Africa.
One of the key ways to strengthen Africa’s Healthcare System and prevent outbreaks such as ebola from plaguing the continent
is improving the healthcare system through grassroots leadership in education, and building Healthcare infrastructure that will provide the quality care needed.
Global Health is a social responsibility, with a collaborative effort, we can be the change.