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TRAINING FOR DEVELOPMENT

Peace Corps
INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE
TRAINING MANUAL NO. T-34

Prepared for Peace Corps by

CHP INTERNATIONAL
Mari Clark
Mary Harvey
Kathleen Nest
Marsha WiIburn

Oak Park, Illinois March, 1985

A Training Manual on
ORAL REHYDRATION THERAPY AND THE CONTROL OF DIARRHEAL DISEASES
March 1985

Prepared for the Peace Corps by CHP International Inc. Contract No. PC-284-1011

Funded by the Office of Health Agency For International Development PASA No. BST-539-P-PC4042-00

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