Decentralization and district health services in Nepal: understanding the views of service users and service providers
AffiliationUniversity of the West of England
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AbstractWithin the decentralization framework of Government, the Ministry of Health (MoH) Nepal initiated the decentralization of primary care services closer to citizens. This paper aims to examine and understand the effect of decentralization at the district health service from the perspectives of service users and providers.
CitationRegmi, K., Naidoo, J., Pilkington, P.A., Greer, Al. (2010) 'Decentralization and district health services in Nepal: understanding the views of service users and service providers' J Public Health (Oxf) 32 (3):406-17
PublisherOxford University Press
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