To Sam Wagner, South Africa.
I agree that Development Dialogue mentioned is a good reference.
There was a much earlier edition which you may also find useful:
- Development Dialogue 1985 (2) 'Another development in
pharmaceuticals' had contributions from a range of countries and
some very useful analytical pieces.
- Kanji N, Hardon A, Mamdani M, Walt G. 1992. Drugs Policy in developing
countries. London: Zed Books. is very comprehensive.
- Chowdhury Z. 1995. The politics of essential drugs. the makings of a
successful health strategy: lessons from Bangladesh. London: Zed Books/Dag
Hammarskjold Foundation. is really worth reading.
Public Health Pharmacist
International Health Unit
Macfarlane Burnet Centre for Medical Research
Yarra Bend Road
Fairfield Vic 3078 Australia
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