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|ISBN:||9781442235342 1442235349 9781442235359 1442235357 1442235365 9781442235366|
|Description:||xvii, 283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: analytical schematics --
In sickness and in health: healthcare policy in colonial Africa, 1870-1960 --
Healthcare policy in post-colonial Africa: the influence of external institutions --
Healthcare policy in post-colonial Africa: measuring the impact of local institutions --
Healthcare policy in Africa and humanitarianism --
Healthcare policy in Botswana, Ghana, and Rwanda: agency and institutions --
Healthcare policy in Africa in the 21st century: challenges to policy and opportunities.
Africa has been a nearly non-existent continent in the literature on and research into public policy. This means Jean-Germain Gros' book is an important exploration of the circumstances and history