Clean water and medicines hold death at bay

June 1991
New Scientist;6/29/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1775, p22
Reports on the effects of a cyclone on Chittagong in Bangladesh. Effectiveness of the government's tube well program in helping control diarrhea; Role of the influx of relief supplies and relief workers in decreasing the number of diarrhea-related deaths; Comment of United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund health officer program director working in diarrhea disease control Flora Sibanda regarding the government's efforts to control diarrhea; Living conditions of the people.


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