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Country case studies: good governance and preventing corruption

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Publication date: 8 December 2010
Languages: English

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Lebanon a country case study: good governance and preventing corruption

Decades of conflict and instability have left their mark on Lebanon's health system. They have weakened the primary health care system. At the same time, they have fostered the growth of the private sector, and facilitated unrestricted expansion of a high-tech health sector with high-cost pharmaceuticals...

Malaysia a country case study: good governance and preventing corruption

Malaysia joined WHO's Good Governance for Medicines Programme (GGM) in 2004. It was among the first four Asian countries to join the programme - the others being Laos, Philippines and Thailand...