Report of the National Workshop on Women, Health and Development in Trinidad and Tobago
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The Report of the National Workshop on Women, Health and Development in Trinidad and Tobago served as a follow-up of the Regional Caribbean Workshop of l988 with the following objectives: 1) to identify the health problems of the women of Trinidad and Tobago and to look at how these impact on the national development process, and 2) to determine priorities for action and to formulate a national work plan taking account of the guidelines of the Caribbean Workshop on Women, Health and DevelopmentNational Workshop on Women, Health and Development in Trinidad and Tobago. University of the West Indies. Women and Development Studies Group; 29-31 Jan. 1990
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