Experiment in Africa: The Rural Health Services of Kenya

@article{Kershaw1963ExperimentIA,
  title={Experiment in Africa: The Rural Health Services of Kenya},
  author={John D. Kershaw},
  journal={Medical Care},
  year={1963},
  volume={1},
  pages={52-55}
}
  • J. Kershaw
  • Published 1963
  • Political Science
  • Medical Care
A great deal of attention is at present being given to the health problems of the developing countries. In part this is a political phenomenon but it is due also to the increasing realisation that the world is one and that the 'haves' among the nations cannot escape some moral reponsibility for the welfare or illfare of the ' have-nots.' The British Colonial Medical Service has never sought the limelight, yet it has been responsible for a good deal of sound and intelligent work against… 
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