Water for the Displaced Population's Health: an urban- rural dichotomy revisited

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Water for the Displaced Population's Health : an urban- rural dichotomy revisited. / Barakat, Sultan; Ozerdem, Alpaslan .

In: Refuge: Canada's periodical on refugees, Vol. 18, No. 5, 2000, p. 16-21.

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Barakat, S & Ozerdem, A 2000, 'Water for the Displaced Population's Health: an urban- rural dichotomy revisited', Refuge: Canada's periodical on refugees, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 16-21.

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Barakat, S., & Ozerdem, A. (2000). Water for the Displaced Population's Health: an urban- rural dichotomy revisited. Refuge: Canada's periodical on refugees, 18(5), 16-21.

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Barakat S, Ozerdem A. Water for the Displaced Population's Health: an urban- rural dichotomy revisited. Refuge: Canada's periodical on refugees. 2000;18(5):16-21.

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Barakat, Sultan ; Ozerdem, Alpaslan . / Water for the Displaced Population's Health : an urban- rural dichotomy revisited. In: Refuge: Canada's periodical on refugees. 2000 ; Vol. 18, No. 5. pp. 16-21.

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