Karachi (Nut Desk) The Aga Khan College commemorated the launch of a brand new ebook titled “Making Well being Methods Work in Low- and Center-Earnings Nations” which is a textbook for public well being practitioners worldwide. Printed by Cambridge College Press, this ebook is co-edited by public well being consultants Sameen Siddiqui, Awad Mataria, Katherine D. Rouleau, and Meesha Iqbal and was concurrently launched in Karachi, Cairo, Cambridge, Toronto, and Houston. The ebook has been formulated by the contribution of wealthy authorship unfold throughout the globe with the aim to function a useful resource and information for strengthening well being techniques in low-and middle-income international locations. Addressing the viewers throughout the ceremony, Dr Sameen Siddiqi, Professor and Chair of Group Well being Sciences Division on the Aga Khan College stated, “This ebook bridges the hole between ‘what’ and ‘how’ well being techniques must be strengthened in help of common well being protection and attainment of health-related SDGs. We consider it is going to function an important useful resource to construct capability of public well being professionals to grasp completely different approaches to evaluate well being techniques and determine choices for accelerated progress in the direction of common well being protection and well being safety in LMICs.” The ebook emphasizes the significance of an built-in method throughout well being techniques, precedence well being programmes, and the upstream well being determinants for bettering inhabitants well being worldwide.