Dec 07, 2001

WHO Panel Discussion Examines Health and Economic Dimensions of New African Development Initiative

The political, health and economic dimensions for sustainable development in Africa was the topic of a panel discussion entitled "New Partnership for Africa's Development.� Held at NYU on December 7th, the discussion was co-sponsored by the World Health Organization [WHO] and the WHO/University Advisory Group, which includes the NYU Wagner School of Public Service.

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