Global Health Bonds to Improve Health Care Facilities for the Underprivileged.

by Medindia Content Team on  December 12, 2005 at 6:17 PM General Health News
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Global Health Bonds to Improve Health Care Facilities for the Underprivileged.
Jean-Pierre Le Calvez, the Communication in-charge of the Global Alliance of Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) assembled a press conference in New Delhi, stated that The Global Health Bonds are expected to raise four billion dollars.

Global Health Bonds are the first of the kind to be released to raise money from the countries around to improve health care facilities.

The investors in this scheme are believed to gross 3-4% interest.

It is an opening for the entire people world over to invest their money.

A branch of the international alliance which will go public is the novel money making strategy for the International market.

This money will play a major role in the building up of the latest health care facilities and significantly reduce diseases and deaths.

Apart from this it will also be spent on improving the earlier vaccines which will lead to the development of new ones. It will also power the immunization sector.

In conclusion the main idea of this scheme is to allocate money to strength, regularize and organize the money flow in to the countries to help them eradicate poverty.


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