Women health care provider projects: joint findings from Ghana and Uganda

Hewitt, G., Draper, A., Hall, A., Amoaful, E., Newton, S., Jitta, J. and Kyaddondo, D. 2005. Women health care provider projects: joint findings from Ghana and Uganda. London, UK University of Westminster.

TitleWomen health care provider projects: joint findings from Ghana and Uganda
AuthorsHewitt, G., Draper, A., Hall, A., Amoaful, E., Newton, S., Jitta, J. and Kyaddondo, D.
TypeProject report
Year2005
PublisherUniversity of Westminster
Place of publicationLondon, UK
Publication dates
Published2005

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