Saudi maternal and child health survey, 1991
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Saudi maternal and child health survey, 1991

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Published by Ministry of Health, General Directorate of Health Centres in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia .
Written in English


  • Child health services -- Saudi Arabia.,
  • Maternal health services -- Saudi Arabia.,
  • Saudi Arabia -- Health surveys.

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Edition Notes

Includes the Questionnaire (in Arabic) and Summary of the main findings (in Arabic).

Statementedited by Yagob Al-Mazrou...[et al.]
LC ClassificationsRG965.S3 .S3 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 195, [37] (in Arabic) p. :
Number of Pages195
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21779332M

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