Lessons Learned Flyers


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Four-page flyers which give a short description of EHP’s experience, as of 1999, in a topic area, the lessons drawn from that experience, and a brief synopsis of outstanding issues for future work.

LL 1.  Diarrhea Prevention: Lessons Learned, by Patricia Billig and Diane B. Bendahmane. September 1999.

LL 2.  Malaria Prevention: Lessons Learned, by Panduka Wijeyaratne and Andrew Arata. May 1999.

LL 3.  Community Involvement: Lessons Learned, by May Yacoob and Margo Kelly. May 1999.

LL 4.  Comparative Risk Assessment: Lessons Learned, by Eugene Brantly. May 1999.

LL 5.  Environmental Sanitation Policies: Lessons Learned, by Eduardo Perez. May 1999.

LL 6.  Behavior Change: Lessons Learned, by Michael Favin and Diane Bendahmane. June 1999.

LL 7.  Services for the Urban Poor: Lessons Learned, by Eduardo Perez. May 1999.

LL 8.  Institutional Strengthening: Lessons Learned, by Fred Rosensweig. May 1999.

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