Information on the malaria-control programme in Afghanistan
WHO Malaria Conference for Western Pacific and South East Asia Regions (1954 : Taipei, Taiwan). (1954). Information on the malaria-control programme in Afghanistan. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64260
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/102 (Taipei Conf/1), WHO/Mal/103.1-103.23 (Taipei Conf/2.1-2.23), WHO/Mal/103.24 (Baguio Conf/2.24), WHO/Mal/104-117 (Taipei Conf.3-16), WHO/Mal/119-122 (Baguio Conf/18-21) bound in 1 vol
8 p. (ill., ma p., tables).
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