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The Blue Nile health project - objectives, methods, and budget


, : The Blue Nile health project - objectives, methods, and budget. Parasitic diseases: treatment and control: 101-106

The objectives, methods and budget of the Blue Nile Health Project, which began in 1980, covering the locations of the Gezira and Rahad Irrigation Schemes in Sudan, are described; there is specific reference to Schistosoma mansoni, malaria and diarrhoeal diseases, which are the infections specifically targeted by the project.


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