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Indigenous Organizations and Health District Apportionment: The Gap Between Seeing and Believing in Health Policies

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Indigenous Organizations and Health District Apportionment: The Gap Between Seeing and Believing in Health Policies

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Title: Indigenous Organizations and Health District Apportionment: The Gap Between Seeing and Believing in Health Policies
Author: Garnelo, L.; Sampaio, S.
Subject(s): Amazon, Brazil
ethnic minorities
health services
indigenous movement
Special Indigenous Health Districts DSEI
Abstract: Objectives: This study proposes to analyze the ethno-political, ethical, and health repercussions of practices in indigenous organizations involved in agreements with the Ministry of Health resulting from implementation of Special Indigenous Health Districts (DSEI) in the State of Amazonas, Brazil.
Date: 2008-04-03
Publisher: Universidad de Guadalajara Centro Universitario de Ciencias de la Salud (CUCS)/University of New Mexico Latin America Knowledge Harvester (LAKH)
Citation: Cadernos de Saúde Pública (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 2005 July-August; 21(4): 1217-1223
Series: 1Y-15E
Description: Abstract of the article referenced in the citation field. Original in Portuguese.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/4844

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