Handbook of Humanitarian Health Care Logistics: Designing the Supply Network and Managing the Flows of Information and Health Care Goods in Humanitarian Assistance during Complex Political Emergencies in low-resource settings
George Mc Guire, Oct 31, 2015 - 1450 pages
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