Fostering good governance at peripheral public health facilities: an experience from Nepal.

@article{Gurung2013FosteringGG,
  title={Fostering good governance at peripheral public health facilities: an experience from Nepal.},
  author={Gagan Gurung and Shareen Tuladhar},
  journal={Rural and remote health},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={2042}
}
CONTEXT The Nepalese primary healthcare system at sub-district level consists of three different levels of health facility to serve the mostly rural population. The Ministry of Health and Population decentralised health services by handing over 1433 health facilities in 28 districts to Health Facility Operation and Management Committees (HFOMCs), which were formed following a public meeting, and consist of 9 to 13 members, representing the health facility in-charge, elected members of the… CONTINUE READING