The project has just been published in a special issue of Global Social Policy. Key recommendations in this new paper highlight the need for SADC to:
- reform their trade agenda
- consider the role of civil society in promoting equal access to health services
- establish health diplomacy training for Southern Africa to create more of an impact in South-South development agendas.
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