Meeting the HIV/AIDS challenge to food security
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Meeting the HIV/AIDS challenge to food security the role of labour saving technologies in farm-households by Jacques Du Guerny

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Published by UNDP South East Asia HIV and Development Programme in Bangkok .
Written in English


  • AIDS (Disease) -- Asia, Southeastern.,
  • Agricultural laborers -- Health and hygiene -- Asia, Southeastern.,
  • HIV infections -- Social aspects -- Asia, Southeastern.

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StatementJacques du Guerny.
ContributionsUNDP South East Asia HIV and Development Programme., African Asian agricultures against AIDS (2002 : Bangkok, Thailand)
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p. :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22139137M
ISBN 109746802208

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