As indicated in your readings, health and development work together. Compare and contrast vaccination systems in two developing countries and one more economically developed country (MEDC).
1. Address how the developing countries can improve their systems, including:
· current systems,
· weak components in the current system, and
· elements that can be improved, as seen in MEDC successes.
Your paper should meet the following structural requirements:
· Be six to eight pages in length, not including the cover or reference pages
· Be formatted according to APA format.
· Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of seven scholarly articles.
· Utilize headings to organize the content in your work.
You can use the following references
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