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SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH SECTORAL BRIEFING SERIES 4

SOCIAL PROTECTION: TRANSPORT (ROAD TRANSPORT): SHARED SHARED INTERESTS IN VULNERABILITY INTERESTS IN SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES REDUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH SECTORAL BRIEFING SERIES 4

SOCIAL PROTECTION: TRANSPORT (ROAD TRANSPORT): SHARED SHARED INTERESTS IN VULNERABILITY INTERESTS IN SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES REDUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

Acknowledgements The Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Sectoral Briefing Series is being produced by WHO Headquarters in partnership with the Regional Office for the Western Pacific. Social Protection: Shared interests in vulnerability reduction and development was produced under the overall direction of Rüdiger Krech (Director, Ethics, Equity, Trade and Human Rights) in collaboration with Henk Bekedam (Director, Health Sector Development). The principal writers were Daniel Albrecht and Armando Barrientos. Key inputs were provided by Nicole Valentine, Gerardo Zamora, Dorjsuren Bayarsaikhan, Anjana Bhushan, Maryam Bigdeli, Mario Dal Poz, Joseph Kutzin, Chizuru Nishida, Cyril Pervilhac and Angelica Souza. Responsibility for any omissions or errors rests with the authors alone. The editors were Daniel Albrecht, Nicole Valentine and Anjana Bhushan. The following external reviewers gave important suggestions for the improvement of the drafts: Antonio Claret, Fernando Kleiman, Philippe Marcadent, Roddy Mckinnon, Xenia Scheil-Adlung. Editorial production was managed by Daniel Albrecht. The paper was copy edited by Diana Hopkins. Funding to assist in the preparation and production of the briefing was received from the Government of Brazil. WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Social protection: shared interests in vulnerability reduction and development. (Social determinants of health sectoral briefing series, 4) 1.Social support. 2.Public policy. 3.Universal coverage. 4.Vulnerable populations. 5.Health services accessibility. 6.Socioeconomic factors. I.World Health Organization. ISBN 978 92 4 150365 5

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