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Vitamin A supplementation including older children A refugee population on the Thailand-Burma border

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Since 1984, refugees fleeing hu man rights abuses and displacement in Burma have migrated to camps on the Thailand-Burma border (see map – Figure 1). Many of the sites are located in remote jungle areas, and refugees are restricted from leaving the camps to work, forage or trade. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) provide food, relief items, and health services. The clinics in these camps are staffed by refugee health workers who have been trained by the NGOs. The refugees receive a full food basket, but due to restric ted access, no fresh foods are provided, and in some sites, food is stockpiled for up to 8 months.

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Year 2007
Authors Jerry E. Vincent
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/DFPF8061
DOI Number 10.52439/DFPF8061
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