Public Health Report ; v. 70, no. 4 : frontispiece
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Public Health Report ; v. 70, no. 4 : frontispiece

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      Clean water means beter health.

      World Health Day, April 7, 1955

      Men of Loma de Ramas, a village of 400 inhabitants in El Salvador, transporting pipe for a water sup- ply line. The river crossing was one leg of their trip from the supply depot at Guazapa to the village, over 5 miles of tortuous rock-strewn road and half- way up a mountain. To get fresh, drinkable water for the village, one phase of the WHO and El Sal- vador general health program, the men, women, and children of the village volunteered to carry the pipes and other equipment. (United Nations photograph.)

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