Malaria and the Narmada-river development in India: a case study of the Bargi dam.

@article{Singh1999MalariaAT,
  title={Malaria and the Narmada-river development in India: a case study of the Bargi dam.},
  author={Neeru Singh and Rajiv K Mehra and Vinod Praveen Sharma},
  journal={Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology},
  year={1999},
  volume={93 5},
  pages={477-88}
}
The largest river-valley development to be proposed in India is that in the Narmada valley. The building of the Bargi dam, a multi-purpose irrigation and hydro-electric project, in Jabalpur, in central India, formed part of the first phase of the development of this valley (1974-1988). Many villages and several hectares of land in three districts were submerged as the waters rose behind the dam, the worst affected area being the catchment area of the primary health centre (PHC) at Narayanganj… CONTINUE READING

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