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close this bookAgricultural Development and Vector-Borne Diseases (FAO - HABITAT - UNEP - WHO, 1996, 91 p.)
close this folderTopic D: Disease transmission, with special reference to schistosomiasis
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View the documentD.1 Diagram: How development can affect health
View the documentD.2 Diagram: Pathways of disease transmission in water resources development projects
View the documentD.3 Table: Contact frequency related to disease transmission
View the documentD.4 Small holder irrigation in Mali, creating an increased risk for schistosomiasis transmission
View the documentD.5 Dense snail population in reservoir, Mali
View the documentD.6 Irrigated rice production, increased transmission risk because of water contact patterns, Mali
View the documentD.7 Transmission risk of schistosomiasis related to inland fisheries in Mali
View the documentD.8 Ford across stream, Puerto Rico, creating a potential transmission focus for schistosomiasis
View the documentD.9 Irrigation turn out (and bath), Yemen, a potential transmission focus for schistosomiasis
View the documentD.10 Collecting water from a canal, Sudan