Good governance also considers basing strategies on new metrics. That is, the society and the government as a whole must ensure that they are familiar with the intricate health dynamics and the health determinants in order to properly govern. All actors must show appreciation to the degree to which the quality of life is enhanced by good health. Generally, appreciation should be shown to the extent under which good health improves workforce productivity, elevates learning capacity, supports sustainable environment and habitats, strengthens communities and families, and adds to social inclusion, a decline to poverty reduction and security. They must also acknowledge the degree under which good health relies on social gradients, inequalities, and multiple social determinants. Governance for health is particularly linked to risk management related to modernization and globalization. It needs equipping of the actors with the capacity and skills to identify and attend to cross-cutting problems like health.&nbsp.