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Alula Solomon: The power over power is anti-Trump

Global healthcare chalked a piece of history on May 23, 2017, with the election of Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as new head of the World Health Organization (WHO). The epoch-making feat of Tedros stemmed from three main facts, he is the first African to occupy the post since the WHO was founded 69 years ago. Of significant note is the fact that the African Union (AU) expressly endorsed his candidature from the blast of the whistle. He is the first Director-General (DG) to be voted for by the entirety of the World Health Assembly – the WHO’s decision-making body. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The solution now is … we need to expand the donor base, if we can have as many countries as possible that can contribute … any amount, I think that will help. By expanding the donor base, we help health financing to have a kind of shock absorber. He is also the first non-physician to become DG of WHO. His ‘Doctor’ title is because he holds a PhD in community health. His campaign touted the 52-year-old as a health-sector player with strong diplomatic and technocratic inclinations. But the former health and foreign affairs minister of Ethiopia has his job laid out for him

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