Etat de santé et systèmes de soins dans les pays en développement : La contribution des politiques de santé au développement durable
The aim of this article consists in measuring in which way health policies in developing countries are contributing to sustainable development goals. Firstly, a return on the terminology and the abstract contents of the sustainable development allows us to identify it with the cumulative and circular process, according to which the economic growth generates human development. We put secondly in motto the crucial role of health in the maintenance of this virtuous circle, to appreciate the opportunity of health policies in the way they lead to reinforce links between economic growth and human development.
Volume (Year): 127 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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