World Health & Population
What Went Wrong with Public Health in India
Several factors and situations have led to the failures, with a variable mix of general management and technical/professional problems. However, it is pertinent to realize that, in India, large regional and inter-state variations and disparities exist. Hence, a complete set of factors leading to failures is not necessarily valid and consistently applicable for all areas of India. Basically, each state, and even district, should be viewed as a unit for assessment and decentralized planning. This analysis of the "errors" may be relevant and true of some other countries to a varying extent. Let us consider the major issues in the following discussion.
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