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Author: SMITH Kimberley V.; SULZBACH Sara;
Title: Community-based health insurance and access to maternal health services: evidence from three West African countries.
Reference: Social Science and Medicine, 66(12), June 2008, pp.2460-2473.
Topics: access to services; community development; health; health care; health needs; insurance; mothers; research; Ghana; Mali; Senegal;
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Author: GAGE Anastasia J.;
Title: Barriers to the utilization of maternal health care in rural Mali.
Reference: Social Science and Medicine, 65(8), October 2007, pp.1666-1682.
Topics: access to services; babies; developing countries; health care; mothers; population; rural areas; service uptake; research; Mali;
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Author: BUSZA Joanna; CASTLE Sarah; DIARRA Aisse;
Title: Trafficking and health.
Reference: British Medical Journal, 5.6.04, pp.1369-1371.
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Topics: children; health; human trafficking; migrants; prostitution; Vietnamese people; women; Cambodia; Mali;
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Editor(s): TOUT Ken;
Title: Elderly care: a world perspective
Publisher: London: Chapman and Hall, 1993. 240p.,bibliog.
Topics: community care; dementia; empowerment; environmental factors; health; integrated services; management; multidisciplinary services; older people; social work education; staff; staff management; training; user participation; women; Argentina; Australia; Bolivia; Brazil; China; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Czech Republic; Denmark; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; Germany; Ghana; Hong Kong; Hungary; India; Japan; Kenya; Mali; Malta; Mexico; Morocco; Netherlands; Norway; Pakistan; Singapore; Spain; Sri Lanka; Sweden; Thailand; Ukraine; United States; Venezuela; Zimbabwe;
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Author: DUNCAN Simon; et al.;
Title: Motherhood, paid work and partnering : values and theories.
Reference: Work, Employment and Society, 17(2), June 2003, pp.309-330.
Topics: employment; ethnicity; fathers; income; labour market; mothers; sexuality; socioeconomic groups; Mali;
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