By Enanga Prescilia
Primary health care termed the “Astana Declaration” has just been implemented by UN state members.
According to Ngo Lundi Anne, this renewed commitment comes in 40 years after the Alma Ata declaration was signed by WHO this 2018.
The “Astana Declaration” has as aim to ensure the achievement of a highest level of health and wellbeing of people in all societies especially those of the lower class.
It gears our consciousness towards the shortcomings of our health system and sees into it that the health and wellbeing of everyone is ensured.
The declaration stands to promote the equitable distribution on the needs and preferences of people from health promotion, disease prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.