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Accountability through participation: developing workable partnership models in the health sector


IDS Bulletin 31(1): viii + 104 pp.
Accountability through participation: developing workable partnership models in the health sector
The IDS Participation and Health and Social Change Groups convened a workshop in October 1999 to share experience with the use of participatory approaches in enhancing accountability in the health sector, and to explore some of these challenges.

Accession: 003350669



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