Are lessons from the education sector applicable to health care reforms? The case of Uganda.

@article{Okuonzi2000AreLF,
  title={Are lessons from the education sector applicable to health care reforms? The case of Uganda.},
  author={Sam Agatre Okuonzi and Harriet Birungi},
  journal={The International journal of health planning and management},
  year={2000},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={201-19}
}
The decision by donors to use external aid for poverty alleviation in very low-income countries and the redefinition of development to include human aspects of society have renewed interest in education and health services. The debate about accountability, priorities and value-for-money of social services has intensified. Uganda's universal primary education programme (UPE) has within 2 years of inception achieved 90% enrollment. The programme has been acclaimed as successful. But the health… CONTINUE READING

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