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A comprehensive review o the literature on HEF in Cambodia 2001-2010 and annotated bibliography NUMBER 9 | NOVEMBER 2010
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A comprehensive review o the literature on health equity unds in Cambodia 2001-2010 andannotated bibliography.
First drat – November 2010Corresponding author:Peter Annear Address: The Nossal Institute or Global Health, University o Melbourne, email@example.comThis Working Paper represents the views o its author/s and does not represent any ocial position o TheUniversity o Melbourne, AusAID or the Australian Government.
This paper was prepared or a group o donor partners providing support or policy development, healthsystems strengthening and the implementation o health equity unds to the Ministry o Health in Cambodia.The review was commissioned on behal o donors by the World Bank oce in Phnom Penh.I would like to thank the many people rom the Ministry o Health (MOH) and donor organisations in Cambodiawho read and commented on this work.
A NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF CAMBODIAN PLACE NAMES
There are a number o dierent systems or transliterating Khmer words into English orthography. In thispublication, place names in the title o publications are reproduced as in the original. In all other cases, thespelling is based on a modied version o the database o provincial, district, commune and village namescompiled by the Cambodian government’s.