Porter, G. (2013) 'Rural access, health and disability in sub-Saharan Africa ; lessons for transport policy and practice from recent transport services research.', World transport policy and practice., 19 (2). pp. 3-6.
Transport, health and disability are interlinked on many levels, with transport availability directly and indirectly influencing health, and health status influencing transport options. This is especially the case in rural locations of sub-Saharan Africa, where transport services are typically not only high cost, but also less frequent and less reliable than in urban areas. This special issue presents papers concerned with three different aspects of the transport/health/disability nexus – firstly the linkages between access to transport and obstetric emergencies, secondly those between disability, access to transport and service access (including health service access), and thirdly the linkages between transport and disability associated with road traffic injury.
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|Date deposited:||04 March 2014|
|Date of first online publication:||March 2013|
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