‘Everybody should be treated equal’.

According to Morten Sodemann, Professor of Global and Migrant Health at the Center for Global Health, University of Southern Denmark, the biggest Global Health problem is to define them. Global Health problems are complex and their solutions require cooperation and knowledge. In his answers to Global Health Minders' five questions about Global Health, Prof. Sodemann raises the concern that the whole world is moving towards suffering from the same health problems but they do not have the same access to quality care. He also calls for more knowledge and good education for all as means for improving health. It also is essential that different players in the field of global health speak the same language and have common goals that should be that everybody is treated equal and allowed to live a healthy life. Filmed by Anita Hopland and Birgitta My Anttila.

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