Donor involvement in reproductive health: saying one thing and doing another?

Abstract

The debates about what services constitute reproductive health, how these services should be organized, managed, and delivered, and what the role of donor agencies' support should mirror the long-standing debates on how best to implement primary health care. After briefly reviewing the development of the discourse on primary health care and reproductive health, the authors present results of qualitative research in Ghana, Kenya, and Zambia that indicate a range of factors influencing and explaining the way donors operate in these countries and consider the implications of these results for the delivery of comprehensive reproductive health services.

Citation

International Journal of Health Services, 35(3), 579-601 pp.

Donor involvement in reproductive health: saying one thing and doing another?

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