This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

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Inequalities in South African health care: Part I: The African problem - manifestations and origins
Van Rensburg, HC; Fourie, A (1994)
Equitable health services
District health care between quality assurance and crisis management: Possibilities within the limits, Mporokoso and Kaputa District, Zambia.
Van Bergen, JE (1995)
Equitable health services, Human resources for health, Resource allocation and health financing
District health service costs, resource adequacy and efficieny: A comparison of three districts.
UNICEF; Ministry of Health and Child Welfare Zimbabwe (1996)
Human resources for health, Resource allocation and health financing
ESAP and health
Unknown (1992)
Resource allocation and health financing
Intra-provincial inequalities in the provision of health care in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe
Tevera, DS; Chimhowu, A (1991)
Equitable health services, Human resources for health
Surveillance for equity in maternal care in Zimbabwe
Taylor, C; Sanders, D; Basset, M; Goings, S (1993)
Monitoring equity and research to policy
The political-economy of health in Namibia: Overcoming the past towards an uncertain future
Tapscott, C (1991 February)
Equitable health services, Human resources for health, Resource allocation and health financing
Community participation and health: Towards the study of human resources in the development of local healthcare
Simon, C (1991)
Human resources for health, Public-private mix, Resource allocation and health financing
The economy, the health sector and child health in Zimbabwe since independence
Sanders, D; Davies, R (1988)
Health equity in economic and trade policies, Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing
Equity in Health: Zimbabwe nine years on
Sanders, D (1990)
Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing


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