This article deals with the likely implications of the Global Fund for fighting AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria insistence on strengthening of health systems and support for the health workforce to others. The authors argue that this could create a "Medicines without Doctors" situation in which the medicines to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria are available, but not the doctors or the nurses to prescribe those medicines adequately.
Africa (Eastern) / Kenya
Africa (Eastern) / Tanzania
Africa (Southeastern) / Malawi
Africa (Southern) / Zambia
Africa (Central) / Democratic Republic of Congo
Africa (Western) / Cameroon
Africa (Central) / Central African Republic
Africa (Southeastern) / Mozambique
Africa (Northern) / Lesotho
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