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close this bookSafe Blood in Developing Countries - The Lessons from Uganda (EC, 1995, 151 p.)
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View the documentForeword by the Uganda Minister of Health
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View the documentSome facts about Uganda
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Edited by Rex Winsbury

Development: Studies and Research


Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1995
Reproduction is authorized for commercial purposes, provided the source is acknowledged

Design and Printing, Lannoo-Drukkerij, Tielt, Belgium
© ECSC-EC-EAEC, Brussels · Luxembourg, 1995

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Marijke Bontinck, Wolfram Br Dr Lieve Fransen, Dr Peter Kataaha, Dr Sam Okware, Dr John Watson Williams, Rex Winsbury

Cover photo and other colour photos: Rex Winsbury
Editorial assistant: Jessie Winsbury
Cover photo shows child in Kiwoko Hospital, Uganda
Black and white photos: Francis Emorut