This collection of original essays addresses the issue of health care in the third world focusing on its spatial organization the levels of inequality and the socioeconomic and political forces that govern its delivery in different countries. Developing countries have sometimes been influenced in their approaches to health care problems by the developed countries that have had a role in their history for example the countries in africa and asia that were once colonies of britain have educational programs and health care systems that. Health care systems in many developing countries have shared characteristics government expenditures in poor countries are low for health care. This article proposes a critical but non systematic review of recent health care system reforms in developing countries the literature reports mixed results as to whether reforms improve the financial protection of the poor or not. During the course of the past hundred years countries such as britain have seen a very marked change in their patterns of morbidity and mortality
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