Malaria control in North Viet-Nam (Tonkin, Indo-China), 1950
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Malaria control in North Viet-Nam (Tonkin, Indo-China), 1950

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      The broad ideals and objectives of the Economic Cooperation Administration (EGA) are to aid the free peoples of all nations to recover economic stability and to maintain unhampered their political integrity and socioeconomic independence by following the democratic philosophy of life. Because the good health of any nation is fundamental to the establishment of an economic balance, the Federal Security Agency through its Public Health Service facilities was requested to furnish to EGA the necessary technical personnel assistance to develop public health programs in certain countries of southeast Asia. As a result, the Public Health Service, Division of International Health, during the past summer detailed a group of officers to the ECA United States Special Economic Mission to Cambodia, Laos, and Viet-Nam for the purpose of developing public health as an integral part of the over-all technical and economic assistance program.
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