Handbook on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Systems: Policies and Protocols for the Release and Archiving of Individual Records
United Nations Publications, 1998 - Reference - 23 pages
In order to protect the privacy of individuals, while at the same time, maximizing the completeness & accuracy of reported information, this comprehensive Handbook presents a series of policies & protocols that can be adopted by the concerned authorities for civil registration & vital statistics systems for implementation by registrars & other personnel involved.
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