Sponsored Video: Make Health Fair – Take Action Against Health Inequality

Everyone has a right to good health, but major inequalities exist across the world. Did you know 99% of mothers who die in pregnancy and childbirth are from developing countries?

And it’s not just between countries that inequality exists but within them too. In the US, for example, African Americans make up 12% of the population but represent almost 50% of all new HIV infections.

Reasons for health inequality include differences in lifestyle, education, income, housing, ethnicity and of course accessibility to healthcare. Understanding all these factors and addressing them through policy changes requires a wide range of skills and expertise.

Feeling inspired? Click on the staff and alumni profiles below to learn more about their work and how you can get involved. Have your say on Twitter – #MakeHealthFair

 

Jack

Professional seat warmer, aggressive tea drinker, and a #DigitalCreative based in Manchester, UK.