Implementing Diarrheal Disease Control Programs: The PRITECH Experience
Karen White, Eileen Hanlon
Management Sciences for Health, Academy for Educational Development, 1993 - Developing countries - 236 pages
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Is the PRITECH Field Mechanism a Model for the Future?
The Complexity of Health Communications
Zambian Popular Theater Dramatizes Diarrhea Treatment
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