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Published by Child Health and Development Centre, Makerere University in [Kampala] .
Written in English



  • Uganda,
  • Kabale District.,
  • Mbale District.,
  • Nebbi District.,
  • Uganda.


  • Teenagers -- Medical care -- Uganda -- Kabale District.,
  • Teenagers -- Medical care -- Uganda -- Mbale District.,
  • Teenagers -- Medical care -- Uganda -- Nebbi District.,
  • Medical care -- Needs assessment -- Uganda.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsArinaitwe, Loyce K.
LC ClassificationsRJ103.U33 N44 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-3 >:
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL146806M
LC Control Number99894181

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