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Third world health : hostage to first world health

Author: Theodore H MacDonald
Publisher: Oxford ; Seattle : Radcliffe Pub., ©2005.
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Product Description: Great and increasing inequities exist between the peoples of the Third World and those of the First. As well, we find ourselves threatened by imminent environmental catastrophes largely as a result of trying to maintain such inequities. This clear and straightforward text explains the complex origins of such bodies as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and others, and demonstrates  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore H MacDonald
ISBN: 9781857757699 1857757696 9781280719332 1280719338
OCLC Number: 61755881
Description: x, 297 pages : illustrations
Contents: Foreword --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
1: Health And Poverty --
Life and death in Cambodia --
Comparative wealth of nations --
TRIPS --
WHO and TRIPS --
Healthcare and health promotion --
Within-community variation and between-community variation --
Within-poor-community variation --
References --
2: Problems Caused By Inequities In Wealth And By Environmental Damage --
Christmas 2004 earthquake and tsunamis --
Broad picture --
War as a solution? --
Global finance --
Water, water everywhere-but not to drink --
How about a game of golf? --
What about climate change? --
Implications --
Attendant consequences of lack of global control --
Financial consequences --
Big tidal waves and tsunamis --
References --
3: Mortgaging The Third World --
Holding health hostage --
Squeezed between 'upstream' and 'downstream' forces --
IMF and the World Bank --
Origins of the IMF and World Bank --
Structural adjustment --
Sequence of events behind the debt crisis --
Some consequences of the debt crisis --
Jubilee 2000: a Christian aid initiative --
Environmental is international --
Collective vs individual --
Are the drug trade and debt linked? --
How can the first world protect itself? --
Upholding the banks --
Lowering standards in the first world --
Simple explanation of compound interest --
First the goods, then the people --
Impact of emigration on a society's health --
Impact of immigration on first world social health --
Wars, health promotion and the debt --
References --
4: Conflict Between Global Health And Global Finance: A Case Study Approach --
Addressing health inequalities --
Reinforcing global inequalities --
Case study 1: Uganda --
Case study 2: Privatising pharmaceutical provision in India --
Privatisation, trade and the global market --
Impact of global finance on global health --
Possible solutions --
Cancellation of world debt --
Accountability and sovereignty --
Collective vs individual --
Enforceable social charters and lobbying for change --
Free trade vs fair trade and the WTO --
Conclusion --
References --
5: Third World Helping Itself-Community Health Programmes --
Forms of financing healthcare --
Involving the community --
What about the poorest of the poor in Nepal? --
Trafficking for prostitution in Nepal --
Similar community-based health programmes elsewhere --
India --
Men having the snip --
Kerala-a sustained success story --
Pakistan --
Youth resource centres --
Youth resource centres health camps --
Pakistan and the refugees from Afghanistan --
Sri Lanka and the condom --
One more society vulnerable to HIV/AIDS --
References. 6: Poverty, Health And Finance --
Measuring poverty --
What about measures of health inequality? --
Establishing an agenda for global equity in health --
Maximin principle --
Analysis of health financing strategies --
Making locally financed policies 'pro-poor' --
Tax-based financing --
Social insurance funding --
Private health insurance cover --
User fees --
Community-based health insurance --
References --
7: Popular Opposition To The Inequities --
Scepticism about the G7/G8 --
Genoa G8 Summit protest --
Globalisation perceived as inimical to equity --
Diversity within the movement --
Organisation within the movement --
Influences on the movement --
Other direct confrontations --
Law enforcement reaction --
Influence on the developing world --
Criticism --
Iraq war and its impact on the movement --
Useful websites --
References --
8: Milk And Imperialism --
Links between global health and Western wealth --
Support for third world services --
Market forces, SAPs and private enterprise --
Status of breastfeeding in the third world --
Breastfeeding as part of the health promotion agenda --
Third world economics and breastfeeding --
Addressing the global decline in breastfeeding rates --
Professional opposition to breastfeeding --
Impact on the third world --
World Health Organization's response --
Breastfeeding vs market forces --
Breastfeeding issue worldwide --
Nestle and its impact on the third world --
Nestle's use of the HIV/AIDS pandemic --
Other questionable practices revealed by IBFAN --
References --
9: Impact Of First World Wealth On Third World Health: British American Tobacco In China --
Smoking-a third world problem? --
Why BAT needs the third world --
Related negative impacts on health --
Closer look at how BAT benefits in China --
First world finance bodies in the Chinese tobacco trade --
Asian monetary fund --
Chinese National Tobacco Corporation (CNTC) and Western multinationals --
Targeting Chinese health with Western advertising --
BAT's denial of the health risks vs the statistical evidence --
China's attempts to sustain health policies --
Conclusion and recommendations --
References --
10: Tobacco Impact Worldwide --
Beyond China --
Tobacco pandemic --
Conceptual framework for tobacco use --
Are we winning? --
Brief account of BUGA UP --
Trying to measure smoking initiation among minors --
Profiles of female tobacco use --
Other indicators used in tobacco surveillance --
References. 11: Third World And HIV/AIDS --
Changing HIV/AIDS pandemic in the third world --
Third world women and AIDS --
Back to Africa --
Zimbabwe situation until 2002 --
Health promotion, empowerment and African women --
HIV/AIDS in the African context --
Why women are especially vulnerable --
Local culture and HIV prevention --
Male condoms: culture and consequences --
Are female condoms the answer? --
Sexually transmitted diseases as an 'acceptable risk' --
Impact of the lack of basic education --
Empowering function of local advocacy groups --
Entrenching poverty-an SAP bequest --
Solutions to the women's health crisis --
Diluted WHO target on HIV/AIDS --
What is to be done? --
References --
12: Peru-A Detailed Case Study Of One Third World Country Until 2000 --
About Peru --
Movement into debt --
Economic and political context --
Peru under Fujimori (1990-2000) --
Fujimori's conservatism --
Health in Peru under adjustment --
Circumventing impacts on health of SAP's --
Conclusion --
References --
13: Cuba-Model Or Monster? --
Cuba in the news --
Who are the 'elderly Cubans'? --
Some background --
People-centered government --
Cuba as 'virus' --
Long blockade --
President Bush tightens the noose --
Can Cuban public health survive the blockade? --
Health promotion and social attitudes --
Differences in the Cuban context --
Vulnerability of Cuban health promotion --
Dollar-earning Cubans rally to promote health --
Potential of the Cuban experience --
HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe-Cuba's response --
Cuban doctors in post-apartheid South Africa --
References --
14: Possible Routes To Global Health Equity --
Capitalism and first world consumerism: the underlying problems --
Targets set vs targets measurable --
International role for health impact assessment --
International association for impact assessment and HuIA --
Politics/health interface --
Conspectus of possible strategies --
Unsustainability --
Problems of comparative measures --
Specifics of food supply and health --
Varying health promotion parameters --
Is capitalism actually an option? --
Optimistic view as a solution --
Pre-political greening --
Can green political power survive bureaucracy? --
Organising for transnational government --
References --
Appendices --
A: Regression line explained --
B: Compound interest formula explained --
C: Protecting breastfeeding from unethical marketing --
D: Nutrition league table --
E: Peru's letter of intent --
F: New framework and guidelines enshrining a fundamental human right to the highest attainable standard of health --
G: State of the IBFAN code country by country --
H: WHO HFA (2000) targets for equity in health --
Index.
Responsibility: Théodore H. MacDonald ; foreword by Desmond M. Tutu.

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Product Description: Great and increasing inequities exist between the peoples of the Third World and those of the First. As well, we find ourselves threatened by imminent environmental catastrophes largely as a result of trying to maintain such inequities. This clear and straightforward text explains the complex origins of such bodies as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and others, and demonstrates the extent to which they exacerbate the problem. The situation is now so grave that we can no longer afford the luxury of leaving it to the professionals. We are all involved. We find ourselves hearing daily news reports of wars, starvation, the HIV/AIDS pandemic and natural disasters, rendered worse by inadequate international responses. The United Nations, once seen as an effective arbiter and mediator in such matters, now finds itself unable to exercise authority adequately. Third World Health: hostage to First World Wealth adopts a positive approach and puts forward various ways in which people at all levels can become more involved. It addresses the pivotal issue of health in the Third World and argues that it is very much hostage to the globalisation of trade by and for the benefit of First World agencies.

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<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/855318528#Topic/world_health_economic_aspects_developing_countries> # World health--Economic aspects--Developing countries
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:hasPart <http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85148199> ;
    schema:name "World health--Economic aspects--Developing countries"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/855318528#Topic/world_health_social_aspects_developing_countries> # World health--Social aspects--Developing countries
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:hasPart <http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85148199> ;
    schema:name "World health--Social aspects--Developing countries"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1082258> # Public health--Economic aspects
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Public health--Economic aspects"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1082307> # Public health--Social aspects
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Public health--Social aspects"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1181343> # World health--Social aspects
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "World health--Social aspects"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1242969> # Developing countries.
    a schema:Place ;
    schema:name "Developing countries." ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/953194> # Health promotion
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Health promotion"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/953200> # Health promotion--Economic aspects
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "Health promotion--Economic aspects"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/63034446> # Theodore Harney MacDonald
    a schema:Person ;
    schema:birthDate "1933" ;
    schema:familyName "MacDonald" ;
    schema:givenName "Theodore Harney" ;
    schema:givenName "Theodore H." ;
    schema:name "Theodore Harney MacDonald" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781280719332>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "1280719338" ;
    schema:isbn "9781280719332" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781857757699>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "1857757696" ;
    schema:isbn "9781857757699" ;
    .


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