• There is lack of access to proper healthcare for people who can’t afford it.
  • There is lack of research and a cure to major illnesses that cause pain, suffering and death.
  • There are many common illnesses associated with aging that create significant welfare burdens on healthcare systems.
  • Demographic changes have resulted in more rapid spread of some diseases.

  • Socioeconomic differences and income levels are prime causes that give rise to unequal access for affordable healthcare.
  • Lack of sanitation and overcrowding can result in incurable strains of disease.
  • Demographic changes due to displacements, migration, conflicts, and war can be a financial drain on health care systems.
  • Displaced populations, as a result of war or conflict, give rise to slum areas that can result in the spread of disease.
  • There is lack of funds to research cures for many noncommunicable diseases.
  • There is lack of public contribution and welfare to supplement equal healthcare for all.

  •  Women death from the preventable diseases are becoming more common.
  • Improper medical attention for pregnant mothers’ results in high infant mortality rates or other complications during pregnancy or childbirth.
  • Chronic illnesses are undermanaged in many communities, especially for elders and others in the final stages of life.
  • Healthcare is not provided equitably, denying some of their rights to receive quality healthcare.

  • Ensure access to prevention-oriented health care; it is less expensive and prevents suffering when people are protected from disease we can prevent.
  • Increase funds for research into medically advanced techniques such as tissue engineering, stem cells, neuroscience and genetics, to ensure prolong lives and increase one’s quality of living.
  • Improve basic water and sewage infrastructure for all residential sectors to ensure access to clean water and hygienic living spaces that curb the onset of communicable diseases.
  • Explore easy and economical water treatment technologies such as chlorinators for community water treatment.
  • Research improved vaccinations or single-dose drugs for the treatment of communicable diseases.
  • Achieve equity in health for all populations, including the impoverished and indigenous people.
  • Invest more towards the health of children.
  • Provide healthcare as a public good for all and finance this publicly.
  • Increase focus into palliative care measures to ensure people are treated better during their last days.