Living through conflict and post-conflict: experiences of health workers in northern Uganda and lessons for people-centred health systems.

In by Sauren Stone

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ORGANIZATION
ReBuild Consortium <b \>
Academic Journal: Health Policy and Planning

YEAR PUBLISHED
2014

DESCRIPTION

This study focuses on health workers who have lived through conflict in Uganda’s four northern districts, Pader, Gulu, Amurur, and Kitgum. These districts were home to over 90% of the displaced individuals in Uganda’s conflict. Interviews were conducted on health workers in these areas, in order to gain insight on their experiences during this time of conflict. The workers were frequently exposed to abduction, ambush, and injury.

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