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World Health Organization, Centre for Health Development : World Health Report ; 2005 : Issue 9241562900 Annex Explanatory Notes: The World Health Report ; 2005 Make Every Mother and Child Count

By Reda Sadki

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Title: World Health Organization, Centre for Health Development : World Health Report ; 2005 : Issue 9241562900 Annex Explanatory Notes: The World Health Report ; 2005 Make Every Mother and Child Count  
Author: Reda Sadki
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Publisher: World Health Organization

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Sadki, R. (n.d.). World Health Organization, Centre for Health Development : World Health Report ; 2005 : Issue 9241562900 Annex Explanatory Notes. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Medical Reference Publication

Excerpt
This report was produced under the overall direction of Joy Phumaphi (Assistant Director-General, Family and Child Health), Tim Evans (Assistant Director-General, Evidence and Information for Policy) and Wim Van Lerberghe (Editor-in-Chief). The principal authors were Wim Van Lerberghe, Annick Manuel, Zoë Matthews and Cathy Wolfheim. Thomson Prentice was the Managing Editor.

Table of Contents
contents Message from the Director-General xi Overview xiii Patchy progress and widening gaps – what went wrong? xiv Making the right technical and strategic choices xiv Moving towards universal coverage: access for all, with financial protection xvi Chapter summaries xix Chapter 1 Mothers and children matter – so does their health 1 The early years of maternal and child health 2 Where we are now: a moral and political imperative 3 Mothers, children and the Millennium Development Goals 7 Uneven gains in child health 8 The newborn deaths that went unnoticed 9 Few signs of improvement in maternal health 10 A patchwork of progress, stagnation and reversal 12 The numbers remain high 13 Chapter 2 Obstacles to progress: context or policy? 21 Context matters 22 Poverty undermines progress 22 The direct and indirect effects of HIV/AIDS 23 Conflicts and emergencies set systems back 24 The many faces of exclusion from care 25 Sources of exclusion 26 Patterns of exclusion 29 Different exclusion patterns, different challenges 30 Are districts the right strategy for moving towards universal coverage? 32 A strategy without resources 32 Have districts failed the test? 33

 

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