ISLAM, M.S.; MAHMUD, Z.H.; GOPE, P.S.; ZAMAN, R.U.; HOSSAIN, Z.; ISLAM, M.S.; MONDAL, D.; SHARKER, M.A.Y.; ISLAM, K.; JAHAN, H.; BHUIYA, A.; ENDTZ, H.P.; CRAVIOTO, A.; CURTIS, V.; TOUR, O.; CAIRNCROSS, S. (2013): Hygiene Intervention Reduces Contamination of Weaning Food in Bangladesh. In: Tropical Medicine and International Health 18, 250-258. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. URL [Accessed: 25.11.2013]. PDF
This study was conducted to measure the impact of a hygiene intervention on the contamination of weaning food in Bangladesh.
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