Health is a right, not a luxury, but Kosovar governments, one after another, have failed to fully transform the public health system in order to offer citizens qualitative, accessible, and sufficient health care services. While public investment in public health institutions is low and corruption remains a problem, private health institutions have often gained their share of the benefits. All too often, having economic resources to pay for your health is the only guarantee that citizens can receive the treatment they need.
In this video, K2.0 takes a look at some of the problems of the public health care system, at the struggles of Kosovars to access healthcare, and at what the government could do to fix it.
Research, script and narrator: Cristina Mari
Script editor: Jack Butcher
Video production: Matthieu Jouffre
Music: Liburn Jupolli