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Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries?

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This chapter focuses on the challenge facing low-income countries in strengthening or improving the effectiveness of their health systems. The chapter examines what happened to the additional funding for global health from an international political economy perspective. The organizations created for global infectious disease control, such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, acknowledge the importance of strong health delivery platforms, although they remain hesitant about their own role in supporting those platforms. Global Fund for Health would combines rights-based advocacy for effective health delivery platforms, unequivocal support for a minimum level of health promoting efforts available to all humans, and a practical solution to make it all possible. International organizations created for infectious disease control realize that they must support comprehensive programs.

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Ooms, Gorik, Peter S Hill, and Yamey Asefa. “Will Effective Health Delivery Platforms Be Built in Low-income Countries?” The Handbook of Global Health Policy. Ed. Garrett W Brown, Gavin Yamey, & Sarah Wamala. Chichester, UK: Wiley, 2014. 441–456. Print.
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Ooms, G., Hill, P. S., & Asefa, Y. (2014). Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries? In G. W. Brown, G. Yamey, & S. Wamala (Eds.), The handbook of global health policy (pp. 441–456). Chichester, UK: Wiley.
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Ooms, Gorik, Peter S Hill, and Yamey Asefa. 2014. “Will Effective Health Delivery Platforms Be Built in Low-income Countries?” In The Handbook of Global Health Policy, ed. Garrett W Brown, Gavin Yamey, and Sarah Wamala, 441–456. Chichester, UK: Wiley.
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Ooms, Gorik, Peter S Hill, and Yamey Asefa. 2014. “Will Effective Health Delivery Platforms Be Built in Low-income Countries?” In The Handbook of Global Health Policy, ed. Garrett W Brown, Gavin Yamey, and Sarah Wamala, 441–456. Chichester, UK: Wiley.
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Ooms G, Hill PS, Asefa Y. Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries? In: Brown GW, Yamey G, Wamala S, editors. The handbook of global health policy. Chichester, UK: Wiley; 2014. p. 441–56.
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G. Ooms, P. S. Hill, and Y. Asefa, “Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries?,” in The handbook of global health policy, G. W. Brown, G. Yamey, and S. Wamala, Eds. Chichester, UK: Wiley, 2014, pp. 441–456.
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  abstract     = {This chapter focuses on the challenge facing low-income countries in strengthening or improving the effectiveness of their health systems. The chapter examines what happened to the additional funding for global health from an international political economy perspective. The organizations created for global infectious disease control, such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, acknowledge the importance of strong health delivery platforms, although they remain hesitant about their own role in supporting those platforms. Global Fund for Health would combines rights-based advocacy for effective health delivery platforms, unequivocal support for a minimum level of health promoting efforts available to all humans, and a practical solution to make it all possible. International organizations created for infectious disease control realize that they must support comprehensive programs.},
  author       = {Ooms, Gorik and Hill, Peter S and Asefa, Yamey},
  booktitle    = {The handbook of global health policy},
  editor       = {Brown, Garrett W and Yamey, Gavin and Wamala, Sarah},
  isbn         = {9780470674192},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {441--456},
  publisher    = {Wiley},
  series       = {The Handbook of Global Policy},
  title        = {Will effective health delivery platforms be built in low-income countries?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118509623.ch24},
  year         = {2014},
}

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