Taking Stock in Zambia: Identifying Policy Pathways for Improved Access to Lifesaving Commodities for Women and Children

Zambia has made significant progress in improving the health of its women and children. However, many still lack access to basic care. In 2015, PATH conducted an assessment of global initiatives, national policies, and decision-making factors influencing the delivery, accessibility, and availability of 13 basic cost-effective reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health commodities.

Publication date: October 2015

Taking Stock in Zambia: Identifying Policy Pathways for Improved Access to Lifesaving Commodities for Women and Children

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