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close this bookInjection practices in the developing world: A comparative review of field studies in Uganda and Indonesia (WHO/DAP, 1996, 149 p.)
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Acknowledgements

Many have been involved in the injection practices research. Special thanks are owed to:

the Action Programme on Essential Drugs (DAP) of the World Health Organization:

for its financial support and especially for the technical assistance provided by Mrs Pascale Brudon

the principal investigators of the three country studies:

Dr Harriet Birungi, (Uganda); Dr Rudy Salan (Indonesia) and Dr Ludovic d’Almeida (Senegal).

the resource persons:

Dr Susan Reynolds Whyte (University of Copenhagen); Dr Anne Vibeke Reeler; Dr Anita Hardon (University of Amsterdam); Dr Michael Lim Tan (Health Action Information Network).

the WHO collaborators:

Dr Richard Biritwum (ESR/GPA); Dr A. Fontanet (GPA); Dr A. Malek (DAP); Mr P. Evans (EPI); Dr C.J. Clements (EPI); Mr J. Hetzke (DAP); Dr T.C. Nchinda (TDR/TDC).

the compilers of the final synthesis report:

Dr AnneLoes van Staa and Dr Anita Hardon, Medical Anthropology Unit, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

the country teams:

UGANDA



Principal Investigator:

Dr Harriet Birungi, Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, Uganda.

Co-Researcher:

Dr Delius Asiimwe, Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, Uganda.

Technical Advisor:

Dr Susan Reynolds Whyte, Institute of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Policy Advisor:

Dr Jordan Richard Rujuna, Chief Pharmacist, Ministry of Health, Uganda.

Research Team Busoga:

Andrew Balyeku, Andrew Kairu, Dan Kitakule, Ivan Kifana, and Lillian Mpabulungi.

Research Team Ankole:

Alex Twesigye, David Tumuhaise, Evans Nahamya, and Hannington Mugasiira.


INDONESIA


Principal Investigator:

Dr Rudy Salan, National Institute for Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Co-Researcher:

Dr Janahar Murad, National Institute for Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Technical Advisor:

Dr Michael Lim Tan, University of the Philippines and Health Action Information Network, The Philippines.

Policy Advisor:

Dr I.G.P. Wiadnyana, Directorate General of Community Health Services, Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Facilitator Lebak:

Dr Soeyoga (Health Inspector West Java)

Research Team Lebak:

Dr Ekowati Rahajeng, Dr Iwan Ghani Hartono, Dr I. Ketut T. Ryasa, Dr Lannywati Gani, Dr Mulyono Notosiswoyo, Dr F.X. Sintawati, Dr Anna Maria Sirait, Dr Siti Isfandari, Dr Siti Sapardiah, Dr Sunanti Zalbawi, Dr M. Syahran, Dr Tony Murwanto, Dr Yanthi Widjaja

Facilitator Lombok:

Dr Moeharso (Health Inspector Lombok)

Research Team Lombok:

Dr Abdul Manan, Dr Ali M. Hanapiah, Dr Hermanto, Dr Huzaini, Dr Idham Halid, Dr Jalaluddin, Dr Lukman Hakim, Dr Musta’in, Dr Sahudin, Dr Saprullah, Dr L. Suparman, Dr Syarifuddin.


SENEGAL


Principal Investigator:

Dr Ludovic d’Almeida, Association de recherches, d’études et d’actions en matière de santé, Dakar-Fann, Sénégal.