WHO African Region Expenditure Atlas, November 2014
AbstractForeword Health financing and social protection remains key elements of the health system in particular, and health development in general in the African region. Appropriate health financing and social protection mechanisms will improve access to services and enable countries to achieve the targets set out in both international and African member states commitments to the agreed objectives such as the Millennium Developments Goals (MDG) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC). [Foreword terminated]
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa. (2014). WHO African Region Expenditure Atlas, November 2014. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/145197
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