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Political Economy of Malaria De-Control

Political Economy of Malaria De-Control Harry Cleaver The history of public health and malaria control plainly demonstrates the necessity to question the broader framework within which malaria programmes are produced and must operate. Much of the effort which contributed to the development of public health, including malaria control, could only be understood as part and parcel of the interplay of social conflicts attendant upon economic growth and development. In particular, public health has played a key role in the on-going struggle of people for better lives and the demands of business and government for social order and reinvestible resources.

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