Building comprehensive care systems that seek to reduce the unpaid care work burden of women in
households and expand paid care work that recognizes and pays for care giving skills will have to contend
with the question of funding for services and ownership of facilities as well as the entities that will
govern service provision. It is important, therefore, to understand how health care has come to be
marketized, privatized, and ultimately financialized. Understanding the process that health care sectors,
especially its mature segments, have gone through can help policy makers redefine recovery through
care provisioning early on.
Read the paper from Global Policy Watch