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Hugo Flores teaches us about the moral imperatives of providing healthcare. By tackling the persistent myths and mistakes of global health work, he shows how folks from diverse backgrounds can come together to fight for health systems "good enough for your grandmother."
Hugo Flores MD is a physician who founded and leads Compañeros En Salud, a Partners In Health sister organization in the Sierra mountains of Chiapas, Mexico. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Global Afffairs at the University of Notre Dame.
His recommended resources:
- Lessons From Haiti: https://www.lessonsfromhaiti.org/
- ""The Accompaniment Approach: Eight Principles for Effective Aid Delivery," 2012. bit.ly/8apfh
- Are the Paris Principles Being Implemented? An Overview of Localizing Aid In Fragile Settings," by the Paul Farmer Aid Delivery Support Initiative in partnership with the United Nations Office of the Special Adviser for Community Based Medicine and Lessons From Haiti, 2013. bit.ly/lfhrep13