Is the Alma Ata vision of comprehensive primary health care viable? Findings from an…

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Background: The 4-year (2007–2011) Revitalizing Health for All international research program (link) supported 20 research teams located in 15 low- and middle-income countries to explore the strengths and weaknesses of comprehensive primary health care (CPHC) initiatives at their local or national levels.

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Is the Alma Ata vision of comprehensive primary health care viable? Findings from an…