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Publications

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FHS Nigeria Policy Brief 1 - Malaria Treatment in Nigeria: The Role of Patent Medicine Vendors

Future Health Systems

A team from Ibadan University undertook a scoping study in 12 local government areas (LGAs) in three states to explore the malaria treatment market and the role of PMVs, and to look at ways to improve malaria treatment.
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Poverty and Access to Health Care in Developing Countries

Future Health Systems

Poverty contributes to ill health among the poor and to impeded development among poor children. Conversely, It begins with chapters addressing specific diseases associated with poverty, such as tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/AIDS, lymphatic filariasis, hookworm, and measles, along with public health issues in the developing world. Other chapters address poverty and maternal health, health disparities, and human nutrition. Effects of health care services, education, and housing on human development are also addressed, as are the social, economic, engineering, and technology determinants of human development.
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WP1 - Malaria treatment and policy in three regions in Nigeria: The role of patent medicine vendors

Future Health Systems

This study seeks to better understand the role played by PMVs in the provision of AMDs in Nigeria, and to explore ways to improve the regulation and delivery of AMDs.
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Medicine sellers and malaria treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa: what do they do and how can their practice be improved?

Future Health Systems

Medicine sellers are widely used for fever and malaria treatment in sub-Saharan Africa, but concerns surround the appropriateness of drugs and information provided. There is increasing interest in improving their services, so we reviewed the literature on their characteristics, and interventions to improve their malaria-related practices.
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