Health learning materials support in South Africa compared with other developing countries

Hugo J. (1996)

Review

Actions to promote media use for education at all levels in developing countries have to cope with a number of deterrents like the lack of appropriate audiovisual materials and a media support infrastructure. In the early eighties the World Health Organization and United Nations Development Programme initiated a capacity building project to enable developing countries to generate sufficient instructional and learning materials for medical and health education. Since South Africa is still a non-participator in the programme, this article presents the findings of a recent survey to get a global picture of health learning materials support in developing countries as a possible model for South Africa. © 1996 Informa UK Ltd All rights reserved.

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