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Questioning the Solution

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Questioning the Solution
The Politics of Primary Health Care and Child Survival

by
David Werner, author of "Where There Is No Doctor" and
David Sanders, author of "The Struggle for Health"

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Title Pages For Whom This Book Is Written How This Book is Organized

Glossary Expanded Table of Contents Figures, Boxes, Maps Abbreviations Used In This Book

Chapters 1 to 21: 

Appendix: The Role of UNICEF and WHO

Reading List: Key Reading Relevant to The Politics of Health
[Note: also see our sister site, www.politicsofhealth.org.]

Endnotes

Index

 

 

 
 
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                                    <h2> <font size=+1>The Politics of Primary
                                      Health Care<br>
                                      and Child Survival</font></h2>
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                                  <b><font size="3">David Werner&nbsp;</font></b><font size="3">&nbsp;
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                                  <b>author of <a href="wtndoctor.htm">Where There
                                  Is No Doctor</a>&nbsp;</b>&nbsp; <br>
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                        <td> <p><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_title_pages.pdf" target="_blank"><font size="2">Title
                            Pages</font></a> <font size="2">&#8212; <a href="content/books/QTS/qts_for_whom.pdf" target="_blank">For
                            Whom This Book Is Written </a> &#8212; <a href="content/books/QTS/qts_book_organized.pdf" target="_blank">How
                            This Book is Organized </a> </font></p>
                          <p><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_glossary.pdf" target="_blank">Glossary
                            </a>&#8212; <a href="content/books/QTS/qts_contents.pdf" target="_blank">Expanded
                            Table of Contents </a>&#8212;<a href="content/books/QTS/qts_figures.pdf" target="_blank">
                            Figures, Boxes, Maps </a> &#8212; <a href="content/books/QTS/qts_abbreviations.pdf" target="_blank">Abbreviations
                            Used In This Book</a></font></p>
                          <p><font size="2"><strong>Chapters 1 to 21:&nbsp; </strong></font></p>
                          <ul>
                            <li> <font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_intro_part1.pdf" target="_blank">Introduction:
                              Part 1</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch01.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              1: The Life and Death of One Child: Rakku's Story</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch02.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              2: The Historical Failures and Accomplishments of
                              the Western Medical Model in the Third World</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch03.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              3: Alma Ata and the Institutionalization of Primary
                              Health Care</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch04.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              4: The Demise of Primary Health Care and the Rise
                              of the Child Survival Revolution</a></font></li>
                            <li> <font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch05.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              5: Health Care as if People Mattered</a></font></li>
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                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_intro_part2.pdf" target="_blank">Introduction:
                              Part 2 </a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch06.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              6: Diarrhea: A Leading Killer of Children</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch07.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              7: The Oral Rehydration Debate: ORS Packets or Home
                              Fluids </a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch08.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              8: Controversial Issues Affecting the Success of
                              ORT Initiatives</a></font></li>
                            <li> <font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch09.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              9: Food as a Key Part of ORT</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch10.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              10: Food Based ORT</a></font></li>
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                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_intro_part3.pdf" target="_blank">Introduction:
                              Part 3</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch11.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              11: Health Status in Different Lands at Different
                              Times in History--A Comparative Perspective</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch12.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              12: Health Profits in a Dying World: Three &quot;Killer
                              Industries&quot; and Their Impact on Children's
                              Health and Survival</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch13.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              13: Turning Health into an Investment: The World
                              Bank's Death Blow to Alma Ata</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch14.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              14: A Look at the Situation Today: Equity as a Determinant
                              of Health</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch15.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              15: Equity as the Sustainable Solution to Population
                              Growth and AIDS</a></font></li>
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                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_intro_part4.pdf" target="_blank">Introduction:
                              Part 4</a> </font>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch16.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              16: Health Care, Empowerment and Social Change</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch17.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              17: Community Based Diarrhea Control in Mozambique</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch18.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              18: Zimbabwe's National Children's Supplementary
                              Feeding Program</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch19.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              19: From Village Health Care to the Struggle for
                              Land and Social Justice: An Example from Mexico</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch20.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              20: Health Care in the Context of Social Revolution:
                              The Example of Nicaragua</a></font></li>
                            <li><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_ch21.pdf" target="_blank">Chapter
                              21: Health for No One, or Health for All: The Need
                              for a Unified Effort from the Bottom Up</a></font></li>
                            <p><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_appen.pdf" target="_blank">Appendix:
                              The Role of UNICEF and WHO</a></font></p>
                            <p><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_reading_list.pdf" target="_blank">Reading
                              List: Key Reading Relevant to The Politics of Health</a><br>
                              [Note: also see our sister site, <a href="http://www.politicsofhealth.org" target="_blank">www.politicsofhealth.org</a>.]</font></p>
                            <p><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_endnotes.pdf" target="_blank">Endnotes</a></font></p>
                            <p><font size="2"><a href="content/books/QTS/qts_index.pdf" target="_blank">Index</a></font>
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