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close this bookPrimary School Physical Environment and Health - WHO Global School Health Initiative (SIDA - WHO, 1997, 96 p.)
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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentChapter 1. Overview of the current situation
View the documentChapter 2. Health aspects of the school environment
View the documentChapter 3. Objectives for a healthy school environment
View the documentChapter 4. Recommendations
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View the documentAppendix B. Technology options for environmental sanitation
View the documentAppendix C. How to carry out an audit and action plan
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View the documentAppendix E. Bibliography
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Appendix D. References

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