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The Corona Virus Has Been Ferociously Dismantling the Economies of the World and, Thus, Devastating the Grounds and Arenas of Life and Existence in Which the Vast Majority of the Working and Non-Working Humanity, Included Among Them Are the Most Vulnerable, Will Be Asked to Pay an Epic Price of Infinite Sufferings, Hardships, Agony and Pain and Deaths: Think of This: In Just April 20.5 Million Workers Have Lost Their Jobs in America Alone. And This Is Just the Beginning! But It Does Not Have to Be This Way: No Capitalist Economists, With Their Heads Stuck in the Dead, Old and Outdated Texts and Theories Will Offer Anything Other Than Doing Everything to Protect the Millionaires and Billionaires While Sentencing the Rest of Humanity With a Punishment Regime of a Live-in-Life-Sentence to Serve Capitalism's All High-Cruelties, High-Brutalities and High-Barbarities: Read The Letter to The Reader: The New Emergency Economics Protocol: By Munayem Mayenin, That Outlines a Visionary Way Forward, That Protects Everything and Leads the Economies Out of These Unimaginable and Unparallel Devastations, That Stand to Wipe Out a Century’s Works and Endeavours of All Humanity: It Is, As, If, the Last Century Did Not Happen and Does Not Exist Any Longer in Terms of What Humanity Has Achieved in That Century

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|| Wednesday: May 13: 2020 || ά. All over the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is causing significant loss of life, disrupting livelihoods and threatening the recent advances in health and progress towards global development goals, highlighted in the 2020 World Health Statistics, published by the World Health Organisation:WHO today. WHO’s World Health Statistics, an annual check-up on the world’s health, reports progress against a series of key health and health service indicators, showing some important lessons in terms of progress made towards the Sustainable Development Goals and gaps to fill. And there is an overall shortage of services within and outside the health system to prevent and treat non-communicable diseases:NCDs, such as, Cancer, Diabetes, Heart and Lung disease and Stroke. In 2016, 70 per cent of all deaths worldwide were attributable to NCDs, with the majority of deaths, 85%, occurring in countries with low and middle income.

Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy have increased but unequally. That is where the entire world mechanism is failing and will continue to fail. Each year there is one more of this report and nothing changes: economies grow but with them all forms of inequality grow with them and those, at the bottom end, the vast majority of humanity suffer and pay for the rampant inequality, that keeps on ravaging life. And on top of this, the world politics seems to have got stuck in the past where those in power and those are not have the same doggedness of looking backward and refusing to look at the reality and seek to find a way forward. WHO can not and does not have it in its powers or mandate to do this but the world will have to, the world humanity will have to: except, that humanity is divided in groups of politics, that are pretty much the same: the in-power and out-of-power groups facing backward and having neither any interest nor willingness to look at the world and seek a way forward for that world. This is the tragedy, that is harming world humanity more than anything else.

For example, American or German or South African political parties have nothing to say about the world or the political parties in any other country for that matter is concerned only about their own internal power mechanism and about the world, they all are blank; they have nothing to offer. The world, may, well, go to hell so long their own country is ‘first’ and in this they are enforcing this horror of a human condition across the globe where all negations and all poverty of all kinds keep on devastating everything. Universal healthcare is a lip-service everyone is speaking about and they make sure they speak about it but it does not exist in most countries in the world and the world has hardly any space to lose its sleep over it! People should keep on getting on so that capitalism can keep on running its poverty-paradigm. On all this this pandemic has brought it home that, again, the poor are paying the highest price wherever they are. Poverty and capitalism exist together and the former is the resultant of the latter’s poverty-paradigm. No one is going to speak about it because the world is run by capitalist political forces and that will keep on going because the so called progressives have buried their heads in the mythology-desert of Marxism, wishing hard that someday with some miracle it will make a comeback to rescue them. Except, Marxism had had its day and in that battlefield of life it had succumbed to an end in failures. However, it had served its purpose and for all purposes it now exists for history students.

However, “The good news is that people around the world are living longer and healthier lives. The bad news is the rate of progress is too slow to meet the Sustainable Development Goals and will be further thrown off track by COVID-19.” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “The pandemic highlights the urgent need for all countries to invest in strong health systems and primary health care, as the best defense against outbreaks like COVID-19 and against the many other health threats, that people around the world face every day. Health systems and health security are two sides of the same coin.”

The biggest gains were reported in countries with low income, which saw life expectancy rise 21% or 11 years between 2000 and 2016 compared with an increase of 04% or three years in higher income countries with higher income. And here is the political economics of it: following the financial crash the world’s richer countries implemented ruthless austerity and health got devastating cuts and withdrawal of investments, which can not but impact on what happens in the ground.

One driver of progress in countries with lower income was improved access to services to prevent and treat HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis, as well as, a number of neglected tropical diseases, such as, Guinea Worm. Another was better maternal and child healthcare, which led to a halving of child mortality between 2000 and 2018. But in a number of areas, progress has been stalling. Immunisation coverage has barely increased in recent years and there are fears that Malaria gains may be reversed.

And there is an overall shortage of services within and outside the health system to prevent and treat non-communicable diseases:NCDs, such as, Cancer, Diabetes, Heart and Lung disease and Stroke. In 2016, 70 per cent of all deaths worldwide were attributable to NCDs, with the majority of deaths, 85%, occurring in countries with low and middle income.

This uneven progress broadly mirrors inequalities in access to quality health services. Only between one third and one half the world’s population was able to obtain essential health services in 2017. Service coverage in counties with low- and middle income remains well below coverage in wealthier ones; as do health workforce densities. In more than 40% of all countries, there are fewer than 10 medical doctors per 10,000 people. Over 55% of the countries have fewer than 40 nursing and midwifery personnel per 10,000 people.

The inability to pay for healthcare is another major challenge for many. On current trends, WHO estimates that this year, 2020, approximately, one billion people, almost, 13 per cent of the global population, will be spending, at least, 10% of their household budgets on health care. The majority of these people live in countries with lower middle income.

“The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the need to protect people from health emergencies, as well as, to promote universal health coverage and healthier populations to keep people from needing health services through multi-sectoral interventions like improving basic hygiene and sanitation.” said Dr Samira Asma, the Assistant Director General at WHO.

In 2017, more than half, 55%, of the global population was estimated to lack access to safely-managed sanitation services and more than one quarter, 29%, lacked safely-managed drinking water. In the same year, two in five households globally, 40%, lacked basic handwashing facilities with soap and water in their home.

The World Health Statistics, also, highlight the need for stronger data and health information systems. Uneven capacities to collect and use accurate, timely and comparable health statistics, undermining the abilities of the counties with lower income to understand population health trends, develop appropriate policies, allocate resources and prioritise interventions.

For, almost, a fifth of countries, over half of the key indicators have no recent primary or direct underlying data, another major challenge in enabling countries to prepare for, prevent and respond to health emergencies, such as, the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. WHO is, therefore, supporting countries in strengthening surveillance and data and health information systems so they can measure their status and manage improvements.

“The message from this report is clear: as the world battles the most serious pandemic in 100 years, just a decade away from the SDG deadline, we must act together to strengthen primary health care and focus on the most vulnerable among us in order to eliminate the gross inequalities, that dictate who lives a long, healthy life and who doesn’t.” said Dr Asma. “We will only succeed in doing this by helping countries to improve their data and health information systems.”

The World Health Statistics have been compiled primarily from publications and databases produced and maintained by WHO or by United Nations groups of which WHO is a member, such as, the UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation. In addition, some statistics have been derived from data produced and maintained by other international organisations, such as, the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs and its Population Division. The Global Health Observatory database contains additional details about the health-related SDG indicators, as well as, interactive visualisations.

 

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