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World Health Organization technical report series ; no. 553
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World Health Organization; United Nations Environment Programme (1991)A kit containing a range of materials designed to support a do-it-yourself, community approach to the control of insect and rodent infestations in urban slums and shantytowns. Noting that the residents of such settlements are often in the best position to combat insect and rodent pests, the kit concentrates on the feasibility of immediate community action, explaining and illustrating the many simple, inexpensive control measures that depend on behavioural changes as well as on improvements in housing, sanitation, and waste management. Throughout, ...
Jacob, M; World Health Organization. Division of Vector Biology and Control; World Health Organization. Global Epidemiological Surveillance and Health Situation Assessment Unit (WHO/VBC/85.918WHO/GES/85.1. Unpublished, 1985)