Protecting healthcare in times of economic crisis

 Protecting healthcare in times of economic crisis

Daygan Eagar, Russell Rensburg, Marije Versteeg-Mojanaga

Rural communities comprise about 40% of the country’s population of 57.8 million but, historically, these areas are the last to be considered when it comes to health provision by national, provincial and local authorities. The Protecting Healthcare in Times of Economic Crisis Report outlines the health, economic and political imperatives of addressing traditional deficiencies in delivering adequate, affordable and sustainable healthcare to rural areas, and presents a basic blueprint for rolling out a solution.

April 11, 2019
Year of publication
2019
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Countries
Tags
rural communities, access to health services, health service delivery, equitable access, health equity

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