Contracting out Health Services in Post‐Conflict and Fragile Situations: Lessons from Cambodia, Guatemala and Liberia

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Abstract:

There are numerous experiences of contracting out in the health sector throughout the developing world as well as in post‐conflict and fragile states. The health sector has provided leadership at the global level of government contracting out services to the non‐government sector, and is an excellent starting point for fragile states in the process of rebuilding their country's infrastructure and work force and regaining the confidence of their citizens.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: December 1, 2009

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