Social Protection in Health Schemes for Mother, Newborn and Child Populations: Lessons Learned from the Latin American Region
Pan American Health Org, Nov 25, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 177 pages
This publication is the product of a joint initiative between PAHO/WHO, USAID, SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency) and AECI, initiated in 2004/05 to identify options for extending social protection in health to mothers, newborns, and children in Latin American Countries. It relies strongly on concepts and methodologies developed since 2000 by PAHO and SIDA and on the conceptual developments of the ILO (International Labour Organization) - PAHO Joint Initiative on Extension of Social Protection in Health.
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