The role of the health sector in wider state-building. A discussion paper

A sixth of the world’s population is estimated to live in the 40 to 60 states that are considered to be fragile and need significant investment in state-building. Fragile states struggle to deliver key functions such as maintaining security, enabling the market and delivering public services – for example, health.
There are many domains in which the health sector can contribute to wider state-building. This paper highlights the 6 areas in which the health sector can help build capacity and legitimacy in fragile states.

Published 2010-05-25

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Publication year
2010
Author(s)
Pearson, Nigel
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pdf, 39p.
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© The Save the Children Fund 2010
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Document Information

Publication year
2010
Author(s)
Pearson, Nigel
Format
pdf, 39p.
Rights
© The Save the Children Fund 2010
Creative Commons License
None
Our thematic areas
Advocacy
Content Type
Reports