Importance Of Intersectoral Co-ordination In The Control Of Communicable Diseases With Special Reference To Plague In Tanzania
Human health, agriculture, including livestock, energy, education, wildlife, construction, forestry and trade sectors are inter-related and their co-ordination is an important pre-requisite for successful control of most communicable diseases including plague. Similar linkage between research, policy, training and extension activities in each sector are essential for any successful control strategy. Inadequate agricultural produce, inaccessibility of people to the available food and ignorance on proper preparation and usage of available food materials are responsible for malnutrition, and malnourished people are very vulnerable to disease.
Full Text LinksKilonzo, B.S. (1994)Importance Of Intersectoral Co-ordination In The Control Of Communicable Diseases With Special Reference To Plague In Tanzania, CAJM vol.40, no.7. Harare, Mt. Pleasant: CAJM
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