Sustaining Primary Health Care

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Routledge, 2013 M11 5 - 224 pages
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Analyzing the dimensions of the struggle for effective health care in the developing countries, this study demonstrates how current governmental and donor agency policies in such countries as Uganda, Ghana, Nepal, Pakistan and Vietnam have failed to develop efficient systems. The author argues against the current emphasis on decentralization and privatization, and outlines a framework for a long-term approach that should bring benefits and improvements in health care.
 

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Contents

List of tables and figures
7
Abbreviations
8
Acknowledgements
9
Preface
11
Introduction What is sustainability?
15
Chapter 1 The sustainability problem
23
Chapter 2 Contextual hostility
39
Chapter 3 The quality of investment
99
Chapter 4 Linking investment and sustainability
163
Notes and references
197
Further reading
209
Subject Index
213
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LaFond, Anne

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