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Peru Vivax Malaria 2008

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Adolescents and Malaria in Pregnancy | Burkina Faso

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The Social and Economic Burden of Buruli Ulcer Disease | Cameroon

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Social Sciences and Malria Control Policy

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Peru Vivax Malaria 2008

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The Economic and Social Burden of Buruli Ulcer

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Border Malaria Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos

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Peru Vivax Malaria 2008

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Insecticidal Hammocks and Malaria Prevention Vietnam

Summary Despite improved medication and insecticide-treated bed nets, the continuing burden of malaria urges the implementation of new and complementary…

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ITM Colloquium Hanoi December 2007

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Partners for Applied Social Sciences or PASS International is a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving vulnerable populations' access to general health services through the incorporation of applied social science research in medical projects, clinical trials and public health provisions.

We are a flexible and independent organisation committed to strengthening health interventions through solid and efficient social science research. Our research team consists of social scientists, anthropologists and epidemiologists with extensive field experience in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

 

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Founding date: 07-04-2006

Address: Baal 58 - 3980 Tessenderlo - Belgium