Results for 'Bakutuvwidi Makani'

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    The Male Versus Female Perspective on Family Planning: Kinshasa, Zaire.Jane T. Bertrand, Bakutuvwidi Makani, Michael P. Edwards, Nancy C. Baughman, Kinavwidi Lewu Niwembo & Balowa Djunghu - 1996 - Journal of Biosocial Science 28 (1):37-55.
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    Unusual Proximal Dislocation Without Fracture: A Case Report.Sheriff D. Akinleye, Amun Makani, Murray K. Dalinka & Benjamin Chang - 2012 - In Zdravko Radman (ed.), The Hand. MIT Press. pp. 454-456.
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  3. Exploring the Role of Shared Decision Making in the Consent Process for Pediatric Genomics Research in Cameroon, Tanzania, and Ghana.Daima Bukini, Jantina deVries, Marsha Treadwell, Kofi Anie, Jemima Dennis-Antwi, Karene Kengne Kamga, Sheryl McCurdy, Kwaku Ohene-Frempong, Julie Makani & Ambroise Wonkam - 2019 - Ajob Empirical Bioethics 10 (3):182-189.
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    Corporate Responsibility as a Strategic Element in the Systemic Approach to Sustainable Community Health Care.Betty Dee Makani-Lim & Felix Chan Lim - 2007 - International Corporate Responsibility Series 3:145-172.
    This paper presents the critical role of corporate responsibility in the sustainability of health care programs in lower income communities mostly located in the rural areas. The Leaders for Health Program (LHP)—a tri-partite partnership between the Philippine Department of Health, the Health Unit of the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business, and Pfizer Philippines, Inc.—is an innovative approach focusing on health promotion and education as the cornerstone for community development. LHP adopts a systemic and comprehensive approach that takes (...)
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    Global Players in the Local Field.Betty Dee Makani-Lim & Felix Chan Lim - 2009 - International Corporate Responsibility Series 4:59-81.
    For the most part, the primary driver for international businesses in establishing operations in other countries is the reduction of overall operating costs. Host countries, especially developing nations, welcome multinational corporations (MNCs) because of the perceived economic benefits that international businesses can bring to their local communities. Surprisingly, one of the most understudied, under-analyzed, and sometimes even completely neglected factors when international businesses consider setting up shop in other countries is the local culture of their chosen destination country. This paper (...)
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