The Gabonese government is fighting poverty and social exclusion through broader access to healthcareThe Health Insurance and Social Guarantee Office, or CNAMGS, was created in August 2007 in an effort to tackle poverty and the obstacles many families have in accessing healthcare. Currently, the majority of the population in Gabon spends the better part of their income on health services (an average of 52.1% of household income, according to the World Health Organization). This situation causes global impoverishment that acts like a vicious cycle, crippling the economy and slowing development.
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