Building Capacity in Central Havana to Sustainably Manage Environmental Health Risk in an Urban Ecosystem

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In the late 1990s, community officials in the inner city neighborhood of Central Havana consulted researchers at INHEM (National Institute of Hygiene, Epidemiology, and Microbiology) for assistance in evaluating the effectiveness of interventions that were being undertaken to improve the quality of life and human health amid the severe economic crisis that… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10393-004-0071-0

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@article{Spiegel2004BuildingCI, title={Building Capacity in Central Havana to Sustainably Manage Environmental Health Risk in an Urban Ecosystem}, author={Jerry M. Spiegel and Mariano Bonet and M de la C Garc{\'i}a and Ana Maria Ibarra and Robert B. Tate and Annalee Yassi}, journal={EcoHealth}, year={2004}, volume={1}, pages={SU120-SU130} }