World Health Report 2005: Policy brief four. Working with civil society organizations , Geneva, Switzerland World Health Organization 2pp.
(The World Health Report 2005. Make every mother and child count).
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Governments hold the ultimate responsibility for ensuring access to maternal, neonatal and child health services. But civil society organizations (CSOs) are their necessary partners to develop equitable health systems that respond to the needs of
all families and sustain the political will to achieve universal coverage. It is critical that governments build partnerships with CSOs and create an environment in which the active participation of CSOs in social policy dialogue becomes possible and fruitful.
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