The World Health Organization (WHO) labels a healthcare system as “well-functioning” if it provides impartial access to quality healthcare regardless of pay dimensions while protecting them from financial consequences of poor health. Healthcare in the Philippines does not meet these set standards.
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- Out of the 90 million people living in the Philippines, many do not get access to basic care. The country has a high maternal and newborn mortality rate, and a high fertility rate. This creates problems for those who have especially limited access to this basic care or for those living in generally poor health conditions.
- Many Filipinos face diseases such as Tuberculosis, Dengue, Malaria and HIV/AIDS. These diseases pair with protein-energy malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies that are becoming increasingly common.
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