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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of climate resilient healthcare systems in south east asia

Excited to delve into the intersection of sustainability and healthcare systems across Southeast Asian countries! 




Thailand:


Leading the pack in renewable energy adoption, with 35% of its total energy coming from renewables. Healthcare expenditure comprises 4.5% of GDP, ensuring a balance between health and environmental priorities. Source: World Bank & International Renewable Energy Agency.



Vietnam:


Remarkably, 86% of Vietnam's population has health insurance coverage, fostering equitable access to healthcare. The country is also investing in green healthcare infrastructure, reducing its carbon footprint. Source: World Health Organization & Vietnam Social Security.



Indonesia:


With a strong commitment to universal healthcare, Indonesia's national health insurance program covers 76% of the population. The government is actively promoting eco-friendly medical practices to mitigate environmental impact. Source: World Bank & Indonesia Healthcare and Social Security Agency.



Malaysia:


Boasting a diversified energy mix, Malaysia aims for 20% renewable energy by 2025. The country allocates 4.8% of its GDP to healthcare, emphasizing sustainable practices in its healthcare facilities. Source: International Energy Agency & Ministry of Health Malaysia.



 Philippines:


Striving for healthcare accessibility, the Philippines allocates 5.4% of its GDP to the health sector. Initiatives like "Green Hospitals" are emerging, promoting eco-friendly healthcare practices. Source: World Bank & Department of Health Philippines.



Sustainable healthcare in Southeast Asia is not just a goal but a shared responsibility. Let's continue to collaborate and innovate for a healthier and greener future! 



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