Many international organizations donate and run programs for health care in countries struck with poverty or conflict. One criticism of such programs is how the money is spent. For example, if there is a limited amount of funding to spend on AIDS treatments in a country, some experts argue that it should be used for prevention or treating the disease rather than providing palliative care.
Although providing palliative care to people is important and humanistic too, I also understand experts' position on this. Because if the money can be used for condoms to prevent HIV/AIDS, I think that's a better use of it than providing comfort for AIDS patients who have neared the end of their life.
I hope one day, health care will be so abundant and sufficient across the world that we won't have to make decisions like this.