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Injection Use and Practices in Uganda - EDM Research Series No. 014
(1994; 54 pages) View the PDF document
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Open this folder and view contents3. EXTENT OF INJECTION USE
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Injection Use and Practices in Uganda - EDM Research Series No. 014

World Health Organization
Organisation mondiale de la Santé

WHO/DAP/94.18
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Action Programme on Essential Drugs

Harriet Birungi, Principal Investigator (1)
Delius Asiimwe, Co-Researcher (1)
Susan Reynolds Whyte, Technical Adviser (2)

(1) Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, Uganda.
(2) Institute of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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