Reflective & healthy Easter.
“The world is full of nice people. If you can't find one, be one. ”Nishan Panwar
The recent health care crisis test is an opportunity to empower WHO, improve the global health system and think new narratives.
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the most difficult global challenges of the past decades. It is more than a health crisis and challenges the global community with its opportunities, suffering processes and dangers to rethink global health care, but also in its values. In the current crisis, let us think in particular of the people and countries that are hardest hit by the inequality in our world.
In addition to substantially strengthening the WHO, the current situation must bring about more preventive thinking and action among the people and in politics. An economically globalized and predominantly quantitative world must be expanded to new dimensions if we want to act sustainably and be prepared for future emergencies. In this process, the health system and our understanding of health need to be thought and supported globally.The basis must be the discussion of new political narratives that have grown out of society. If we do not succeed, we will manage the biological danger with great effort and losses, but we will increase the social, economic, ecological and political dangers. A big thank to all who are engaged for the society in health care and other jobs working under most difficult circumstances.
If we draw the right conclusions from this crisis and put them into practice , we will be able to improve the resilience of our social systems.
“I visited many places, Some of them quite Exotic and far away, But I always returned to myself.” Dejan Stojanovic