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Provision of basic healthcare services by non-state actors in Arab countries: Benefits and risks

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E/ESCWA/SDD/2013/Technical Paper.4
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2013
This paper looks at non-state provision of basic healthcare services, seeking to highlight the benefits and the risks that emanate from non- state provision of social services. It largely draws on case studies of Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Sudan, and Tunisia. Papers covering education as well as water and sanitation are planned to follow.