Towards an equity-oriented policy of decentralization in health systems under conditions of turbulence : the case of Zambia / Katele Kalumba
Kalumba, Katele, World Health Organization. Division of Analysis, Research and Assessment & Forum on Health Sector Reform. (1997). Towards an equity-oriented policy of decentralization in health systems under conditions of turbulence : the case of Zambia / Katele Kalumba. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/63381
Forum on Health Sector Reform discussion paper ; no. 6
Gov't Doc #WHO/ARA/97.2
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