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Loyola University Chicago, School of Law

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Millennium Development Goal 4, Children's Health And Implementation Challenges In Africa: Does A Human Rights Based Appoach Suffice?, Obi Nnamuchi Jan 2014

Millennium Development Goal 4, Children's Health And Implementation Challenges In Africa: Does A Human Rights Based Appoach Suffice?, Obi Nnamuchi

Loyola University Chicago International Law Review

That the state of children’s health in Africa is abysmal is incontrovertible. Proof, if there is need for one, is the perennial underperformance of the vast majority of countries in the region in key dimensions of children’s health and wellbeing. Nonetheless, the point of interest in health policy literature is not on the underperformance per se but on the underlying causes and possible antidotes – a reason Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 4 (on reducing child mortality) holds special significance for countries in the region. This paper advances scholarship in this very critical area by projecting human rights as holding ...


How Necessity May Preclude State Responsibility For Compulsory Licensing Under The Trips Agreement, James T. Gathii Jan 2005

How Necessity May Preclude State Responsibility For Compulsory Licensing Under The Trips Agreement, James T. Gathii

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Construing Intellectual Property Rights And Competition Policy Consistently With Facilitating Access To Affordable Aids Drugs To Low-End Consumers, James T. Gathii Jan 2001

Construing Intellectual Property Rights And Competition Policy Consistently With Facilitating Access To Affordable Aids Drugs To Low-End Consumers, James T. Gathii

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