The role of poverty in one health
This is a global challenge not an individual challenge , this challenge has a lot of issues but I will focus on one issue which is our daily behavior ranging form the poor to middle class earning group.
Drug dispensers and drug quality
The lack of appropriate regulations in the sales of antimicrobials is also a driving factor in the access and misuse of antimicrobials. In most developing countries (Uganda ), antimicrobials can be purchased without medical prescription and are usually dispensed on the streets by untrained persons. These drug vendors will sell medications just to make a sale and accommodate patients’ ability to pay it even reacts a time where they ask you how much money you have so that you can get the grade you want . Even pharmacies operating without a license, appear to be more accessible to the public as they have shorter waiting time, do not charge consultation fees and above all are willing to negotiate treatment options to adjust to the financial ability of the patients .Retail pharmacies in developing countries especially in Africa have emerged as the primary level of outpatient care rendering unauthorized services from consultation, diagnosis, prescription and dispensing of medication.
When we talk about drugs many of us think about only humans but also animals . Many framers back in their farmers are concerned about non working drugs on their animals which lead to death of many and when they dy no one cares farmers go a head and take meat to the market .
Due to this practice microbial organism will be used to under doc and at the end the drug will not able to kill them or react on them. Many classes of drugs we are shoeing on market are no-long functioning due to drug quality .
Where are government agencies to react about this issues which is big them any political issues in the world . Us individuals what are we doing about it. Think about you give out any leftover of your doc to your friend