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Advocating for women and children in decentralized settings

This case study examines how PATH's advocacy and policy team works in decentralized government settings—countries where health care delivery and budgeting power is delegated to the district level—to move the needle on policies that protect the health of women and children. It highlights notable successes from the subnational level in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Publication date: March 2020

Advocating for women and children in decentralized settings

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