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Cultural factors influencing community participation in vector control of malaria and filariasis in Malaysia



Cultural factors influencing community participation in vector control of malaria and filariasis in Malaysia



Community participation for disease vector control Proceedings of the ICMR/WHO Workshop to Review Research Results, 3-9 February 1986, Delhi, India: 237-242



The author discusses the effect of cultural traditions and attitudes on the efficacy of community participation in malaria and filariasis vector control programmes in Malaysia.

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