Environmental Health Update – April 25, 2003

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Below are links to recently published environmental health articles and reports. Click on underlined text for the complete article or report.

Online Articles

Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, March 2003 – ICDDRB

  • Aetiology of Shigellosis in Northern Pakistan  
  • Effect of Chlorination of Drinking-water on Water Quality and Childhood Diarrhoea in a Village in Pakistan 
  • Emergence of Multidrug-resistant Shigella dysenteriae Type 1 Causing Sporadic Outbreak In and Around Kolkata, India
  • More articles

Journal of Water and Health, March 2003 – IWA

WHO Bulletin, April 2003

Recent Reports

New/Updated Websites

  • CEPIS/Peru – Healthy Environments for Children
  • Malaria and KIT (Royal Tropical Institute/Netherlands)

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