Lessons learned in working with indigenous women and health: the experience in Guatemala
Enseñanzas aprendidas al trabajar con mujeres indígenas en cuestiones de salud: la experiencia de Guatemala
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17th Meeting of the Special Subcommittee on Women, Health, and Development of the Executive Committee. Pan American Health Organization; 1-2 April, 1997. 17a Sesión del Subcomité Especial sobre la Mujer, la Salud, y el Desarrollo del Comité Ejecutivo. Organización Panamericana de la Salud; 1-2 abr. 1997.
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Pan American Health Organization (1997)Meeting of the Special Subcommittee on Women, Health, and Development, 17. Pan American Health Organization; 1-2 Apr. 1997
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