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Key issues relating to decentralization at the provincial level of health management in Cambodia.
The following study was conducted as part of a review of management systems at a Provincial Health Department (Kampong Cham Province) and a National Health Programme (National Immunization Program)Expand
Adapting to social and political transitions - the influence of history on health policy formation in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma).
The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma) has a long and complex history characterized by internal conflict and tense international relations. Post-independence, the health sector has graduallyExpand
Laramba Diabetes Project: an evaluation of a participatory project in a remote Northern Territory community
Issues addressed: A diabetes project was implemented with the aims of increasing the knowledge of diabetes risk factors and consequences, and improving the management of diabetes in one remoteExpand
Evaluation of Immunization Knowledge, Practices, and Service-delivery in the Private Sector in Cambodia
A study of private-sector immunization services was undertaken to assess scope of practice and quality of care and to identify opportunities for the development of models of collaboration between theExpand
An approach to health system strengthening in the Union of Myanmar.
OBJECTIVES In 2007 and 2008, Myanmar developed a health system strengthening (HSS) strategy and proposal through funding support from the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). The aimExpand
Country-level governance of global health initiatives: an evaluation of immunization coordination mechanisms in five countries of Asia.
  • J. Grundy
  • Business, Medicine
  • Health policy and planning
  • 1 May 2010
BACKGROUND In recent years there have been innovations in immunization financing and new technologies, and the scaling up of investment by the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) inExpand
Health system strengthening in Cambodia-a case study of health policy response to social transition.
OBJECTIVES Cambodia, following decades of civil conflict and social and economic transition, has in the last 10 years developed health policy innovations in the areas of health contracting, healthExpand
Taking action on the social determinants of health: improving health access for the urban poor in Mongolia
IntroductionIn recent years, the country of Mongolia (population 2.8 million) has experienced rapid social changes associated with economic growth, persisting socio-economic inequities and internalExpand
The Impact of Conflict on Immunisation Coverage in 16 Countries
  • J. Grundy, B. Biggs
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • International journal of health policy and…
  • 30 December 2018
Background: Military conflict has been an ongoing determinant of inequitable immunisation coverage in many low- and middle-income countries, yet the impact of conflict on the attainment of globalExpand
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