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Document Type

Research

Abstract

For several decades, numerous health programs for the underserved have been launched in rural areas of developing countries. World organization, NGO's and government agencies have been allocating a significant portion of their budgets for developing health education programs for underserved population in different parts of the world. The success rate of reaching the goals of these programs has been very slow. For example, in India experience in rural health development has clearly indicated that isolated urban health programs do not provide appropriate assistance to the underserved sections of society (Hedge, 1997).

Publication Date

2001

Journal Title

International Journal of Global Health

Volume

1

Issue

1

First Page

28

Last Page

35

Copyright

© Copyright 2001 by the International Journal of Global Health

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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Public Health Commons

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