The WHO is often the first on the scene for health issues in developing countries, especially in Africa. Yet, it needs to conduct surveillance on a much larger scale than the CDC in the United States or other national health safety organizations in more developed countries. Because the scope of the WHO’s surveillance is so large, poorer countries are often more vulnerable to infectious diseases than those with national health safety organizations. Since these diseases can spread, the health problems in poorer countries are global problems. Should wealthier nations contribute to the surveillance of poorer nations and send resources and medical professionals to help when an outbreak occurs? Why or why not? After you have created your initial post, look over the discussion posts of your classmates and answer the following questions for at least one of your classmates: • Do you agree with your classmate’s thoughts? Why or Why not? • Whether you agree or not, what would you do differently than your classmate?
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