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Making Sense of Apparent Chaos: Health-Care Provision in Six Country Case Studies

Making Sense of Apparent Chaos: Health-Care Provision in Six Country Case Studies

Author: 
Enrico Pavignani
Markus Michael
Maurizio Murru
Mark E. Beesley
Peter S. Hill
Publication Date
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Affiliation: 

University of Queensland (Pavignani, Hill); public health consultant (Michael, Murru, Beesley)

"The research calls for changes in the framing of analysis of these contexts; an acknowledgement that the state is only one of many actors in health; a recognition that current time-frames, and the current expectations that shape them, are unrealistic; and a preparedness to rethink development engagement in ways that will allow effective harnessing of the diverse actors that currently provide services."

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International Review of the Red Cross (2013), 95 (889), 41-60. doi:10.1017/S1816383113000726. Image caption/credit: Coalition members look on as an Afghan man marks a child's hand after administering the polio vaccine in Farah City, Afghanistan, December 22 2012. US Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Matthew Stroup

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