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close this bookTraining Manual in Combatting Childhood Communicable Diseases: Volume II (Peace Corps, 1985, 679 p.)
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close this folderModule 5: nutrition
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close this folderSession 29: Foods and nutrition
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View the documentSession 29, Handout 29A: Three main food groups
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close this folderSession 30, Handout 30A: How do you measure malnutrition?
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close this folderModule 6: communicable childhood diseases
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close this folderSession 33: Recognition of immunizable diseases
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close this folderSession 38: Program considerations for malaria control
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