Reaching every district - development and testing of a health micro-planning strategy for reaching difficult to reach populations in Mongolia.

@article{Enkhtuya2009ReachingED,
  title={Reaching every district - development and testing of a health micro-planning strategy for reaching difficult to reach populations in Mongolia.},
  author={B Enkhtuya and T Badamusuren and N Dondog and L Khandsuren and N Elbegtuya and Ganchimeg Jargal and V Surenchimeg and John Grundy},
  journal={Rural and remote health},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={
          1045
        }
}
CONTEXT Since the 1990s, Mongolia has undergone a rapid social and economic transition with migration to the urban areas of the national capital Ulaanbaatar. The main reasons for the migration are social sector decline in rural areas and the potential for employment opportunities in urban areas. There are also new internal patterns of migration in rural and remote areas relating to recent developments in the economic sector. Despite recent innovations in health system management in Mongolia, in… CONTINUE READING

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