Initiatives à base communautaire pour l'éradication de la Dracunculose (Peace Corps, 1994, 231 pages)
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Open this folder and view contentsTentative d'Eradication de la Dracunculose
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre I La maladie
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre II Le problème
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre III Prévention: éducation pour la santé
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre IV Prévention: Ressources en eau*
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre V Appréciation du problème
Open this folder and view contentsChapitre VI Planification et evaluation des activités d'éradication de la dracunculose
Open this folder and view contentsAnnexes

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November 1994

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