Healing health systems in fragile states

Kwalombota, Kwalombota
May 2013
Africa Health;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p41
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need of strengthening of the health care system in fragile states. A number of projects in fragile states across the world are demonstrating the importance of government-led health system. also focus on longer-term strategies. Health systems strengthening and state-building are important for restoring health services and meet health sector goals.


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