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Community organization as an approach to health education in rural Africa

Community organization as an approach to health education in rural Africa

International Journal of Health Education 22(3 Suppl): 3-19

If the collective body of theory and practice known as health education is to be used effectively in the struggle against the tremendous health problems facing developing countries, both the supporters and opponents of this discipline must come to grips with its one objective: individual and collective change in health and health-related behaviour.

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