Priority setting in the context of health sector reforms: Implications for sexual and reproductive health services

  • Published 2006

Abstract

This has implications for the autonomy of these governments to make independent policy decisions. Taking advantage of the financial crisis faced by poor debtor countries, the World Bank and other international funders use the need for loans to impose conditionalities, including the adoption of various health sector reforms, even when these are not the best options for the particular country context.

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@inproceedings{2006PrioritySI, title={Priority setting in the context of health sector reforms: Implications for sexual and reproductive health services}, author={}, year={2006} }