Every minute, six children die in the developing world because they do not have access to basic medicines – treatments that cost less than a cup of coffee. There is also a healthcare worker shortage -- only 2.3 healthcare workers per a population of 1,000 exists in Africa. 

Free clinics operated by the government cost time and money to get there, and many have medicine shortages. Finally, counterfeit drugs are a common problem in the private sector. Counterfeit drugs are responsible for 100,000 deaths a year in Africa. 

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