Community Cooperative Clinic Proposal for Barrio “27 de Noviembre”

nsagjhathgioIn Argentina, half the population has health insurance through their workplace or through private prepaid health plans. The other half are uninsured workers in the informal economy of day laborers, nannies, taxi drivers, small shop owners, recyclers (“cartoneros”), and street vendors who receive care in free public clinics and hospitals.

So when I talk about creating private health care for low-income Argentine households, some people have the first impression that I am trying to sell ice to Eskimos.
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