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Achieving universal health coverage in Africa is an ambitious goal, but it is not an impossible one as Rwanda’s case demonstrates, it is possible for even a low-income country to provide publicly financed, quality health services to all. On the side-lines of the Africa Health Agenda International Conference 2019, CNBC Africa’s Michael Mugisha sat down with Rwanda’s Minister of Health Dr. Diane Gashumba for more.

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