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DAAS 409/AnthrCul 408: Maternal/Child Health, the Environment, and Pollution in Africa   Tags: african_studies, anthropology, best_bet, course_guide, environmental_health_sciences, subject:aas course:409 instructor:renne year:2012 term:winter, subject:anthrcul course:408 instructor:renne year:2012 term:winter  

Guide to resources for Maternal/Child Health, the Environment, and Pollution in Africa
Last Updated: May 9, 2012 URL: Print Guide

Primary Sources: IGOs & NGOs Print Page

Primary Sources: IGOs & NGOs

Intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations

  • Carter Center
    Many of the Carter Center's health programs take place in Africa, especially in the areas of disease education and eradication.
  • CDC: Global Health
    Many CDC programs and campaigns focus on environmental health, in the U.S. and at various global locations.
  • Demographic Health Survey
    DHS collects and disseminates data on maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, malaria, nutrition and other health concerns.
  • UN Environment Programme
    The United Nations Environment Programme has six 'priority areas": harmful substances and hazardous waste, environmental governance, resource efficiency, disasters and conflicts, ecosystem management and climate change.
    UNICEF collects statistics and produces reports on child health world-wide
  • WHO: Environmental Health
    The World Health Organization produces reports on a wide range of health problems world-wide and in broad regional areas.


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