Health of the Indigenous Peoples. Health Conditions of Aboriginal Peoples in Belize, Guyana and Suriname
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[Executive summary]: PAHO commissioned this study as part of tits renewed emphasis on the health of aboriginal peoples ratified in its 1993 Council of Directors meeting. The objective is to describe the health conditions of aboriginal peoples in the Circum-Caribbean and to suggest project profiles for intervention, Limitations in funds narrowed the selection of three countries - Belize, Guyana, and Suriname...This document is not an official publication of the Pan American Health Organization. However, all rights reserved by the Organization. The contents of this document may be reviewed, abstracted, reproduced, and translated in whole or in part without prior authorization provided that full credit is given to its source and the text is not used for commercial purposes. The authors alone are responsible for the views expressed, which do not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of the Pan American Health Organization of its Member Government.
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