As indicated in your readings, health and development work together. Compare and contrast vaccination systems in two developing countries and one more economically developed country (MEDC).
- Address how the developing countries can improve their systems, including:
- current systems,
- weak components in the current system, and
- elements that can be improved, as seen in MEDC successes.
Your paper should meet the following structural requirements:
- Be six to eight pages in length, not including the cover or reference pages
- Be formatted according to APA format.
- Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of seven scholarly articles.
- Utilize headings to organize the content in your work.
You can use the following references
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