Outsourcing: how to reform WHO for the 21st century

by Joel Negin and Ranu S Dhillon
BMJ Global Health – Published 12 September 2016

5 pp. 468 kB

Reform of WHO is needed as highlighted by a number of international reviews following on from the substandard Ebola response. A new reform model is proposed: outsourcing of key activities, thus leveraging the expertise of global health organisations beyond WHO. Outsourcing should be considered as part of the current debate on WHO reform in order to solidify WHO leadership and centrality while acknowledging that WHO cannot do it all itself.

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