Make or break? The influence of street-level bureaucrats on access to healthcare (Part 1)

The right to access healthcare in South Africa is constitutionally protected and part of a socio-political effort to bring justice after apartheid. Yet, 20 years into democracy, access barriers such as high transport costs, large distances to services, varied quality of care and a fragmented health system continue to disproportionately affect many who experienced the dispossession and violence of apartheid. Click here to read more.

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