Training for malaria eradication
World Health Organization. (1967). Training for malaria eradication. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65426
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/67.615, WHO/Mal/67.616 (WHO/VBC/67.25), WHO/Mal/67.617-67.619, WHO/Mal/67.620 (WHO/VBC/67.32), WHO/Mal/67.621 (WHO/IMM/67.3), WHO/Mal/67.622-67.626, WHO/Mal/67.627 (WHO/VBC/67.38), WHO/Mal/67.628-67.632, WHO/Mal/67.633 (WHO/VBC/67.41), WHO/Mal/67.634, WHO/Mal/67.635 (WHO/VBC//67.42), WHO/Mal/67.636, WHO/Mal/67.637 (WHO/VBC/67.45), WHO/Mal/67.638 (WHO/VBC/67.49), WHO/Mal/67.639 (WHO/VBC/67.50-WHO/Fil/67.79), WHO/Mal/67.640-67.641, bound in 1 vol
Summary in French p. 11
Report on a teaching "workshop" conducted at the Malaria Eradication Training Centre, Lagos, Nigeria
Gov't Doc #WHO/Mal/67.624
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