GLOBAL HEALTHCARE 3
Internationalorganizations and policies such as MDGs and Healthy People 2020 areset up to ensure a betterliving for all the citizens of America. In most, if not all cases,such institutionsare usually interested in improving the human lifestyles in general.They are capableof making a difference in children and women health’s in differentways. For example, these groups mobilize resources to ensure thatthey provide free Medicare to the children and females.Occasionally,kids and women suffer from poor healthcare services since they cannotafford to pay for the quality amenities (DeLaet & DeLaet, 2015).Concerning this, the societiescollect money from well-wishers to ensure that the affected groupsaccess quality healthcare. Immunization is also an important exerciseto ensure that children do not contact defined diseases in future.Relatively, these bodies execute plans to carry out free vaccinationwithin a defined area so as to promote healthy living. Theinternational organizations can also pressure the government to lowerthe healthcare bill so as to ensure affordable medication to improvethe health of the groups mentioned above (Youde, 2013).
Despite thesuccess of these establishmentsin promoting better health care and prevention of diseases, it isimportant to provide recommendations so that they even do better.Firstly, so as to ensure that children are adequately helped toaccess good health services, they should not just provideimmunization but also follow up to know what these kidsfeed on. They can achieve this by offeringnutritious foodstuffs or drinks such as milk every time they provideimmunization. Secondly, it is recommendable that if they want topromote healthy living, then they should ensure that they reach outto everybody. Despite their effort to help women and youngstermainly, they fail to reach out to all families since people are many.They can manage to serveeveryone by carrying out their services through registers.
DeLaet, D. L., & DeLaet, . E. (2015).Global Health in the 21st Century: TheGlobalization of Disease. New York:Oxford.
Youde, J. (2013). GlobalHealth Governance. Chicago: TBNPublishers.