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Health Sector Reform (HSR): The Impact of Health Sector Development on Immunization Services

This document is part of a three-part series of fact sheets on health sector reform published by WHO.  As the first in the series, the document defines health sector reform and provides background on the process. It also specifically addresses considerations for improving quality and equity of immunization services.

 

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