The ethics of “innovation” in global health

    The ethics of “innovation” in global health     UPS (United Parcel Service) recently announced that it is teaming up with a drone company and GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation) to use robotic aircrafts to deliver essential medicines to remote areas in developing countries. UPS is partnering with Zipline, a California start-up, to deliver blood products to health centres in Rwanda as part of another partnership with the Rwandan government. This is certainly a great, and perhaps surprising, example of the increasing integration of start-up mentality and tools with international development and global health.
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