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Control of vector-borne diseases by ecologically safe methods



Control of vector-borne diseases by ecologically safe methods



Community participation for disease vector control Proceedings of the ICMR/WHO Workshop to Review Research Results, 3-9 February 1986, Delhi, India: 109-120



The author gives a brief account of the management, structure and achievements of the integrated community-based malaria vector control programme in Chandigarh, India. Information is included on the epidemiology of malaria in 1983-85, and on legislation, training, research and finance.

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