• Corpus ID: 40894731

Practices and Beliefs o f the Traditional D i n k a Healer in Relation to Provision o f-Modern Medica 1 and Veterinary Services A for the Southern Sudan

@inproceedings{Schwabe2008PracticesAB,
  title={Practices and Beliefs o f the Traditional D i n k a Healer in Relation to Provision o f-Modern Medica 1 and Veterinary Services A for the Southern Sudan},
  author={Calvin W. Schwabe and Isaac Makuet Kuojok},
  year={2008}
}
N ADVISORY GROUP on development of primary A health care programs for the southern Sudan (Lolik et al. 1976) recommended that "understanding between traditional healers and [official] health personnel [should be achieved] through regular discussions" and suggested that traditional healers might be enlisted as grassroots cooperators in community health programs. This suggestion is consistent with the growing interest of the World Health Organization, as well as of Third World governments in… 

References

SHOWING 1-9 OF 9 REFERENCES
Traditional and western medicine in Africa: collaboration or confrontation?
  • T. Nchinda
  • Medicine, Political Science
    Tropical doctor
  • 1976
There is a great deal of misapprehension and doubt prevailing in the minds of many people of western orientation regarding the ability of traditional health practitioners in developing countries to
Alternatives to "modern" health delivery systems in Africa: public policy issues of traditional health systems.
  • D. Dunlop
  • Medicine, Political Science
    Social science & medicine
  • 1975
Egyptian Beliefs About Magical and Physiological Properties of the Bull ' s Spine Suggest a Rational Anatomical origin and Meaning for the Ankh
  • Sudan Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry
  • 1981
Veterinary medicine and human health
Medical Treatment by Bor Witchdoctors
  • Tropical Doctor
  • 1927
Tribal Surgery in East Africa During the 19 th Century
  • Sudan Notes and Records
  • 1967