Prospective Community Studies in Developing Countries

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Index
Note: most references are to rural areas, unless otherwise specified
Aaby, P.vii, 248
Bandim 10, 14, 276-97
prospective community studies 1-18
rural Senegal268, 271, 272
Abhoynagar 48
accidents and injuries 49, 61, 142, 144, 200-1

birth, see stillbirths, congenital disorders

Africa78, 100, 309-25

see also Bandafassi; Bandim; Kenya; Machakos; Pholela; Senegal

age-specific death rates, see child and infant mortality
Agincourt 6, 324
AIDS/HIV 15, 230, 248, 277, 278, 285-6, 301, 302
Allman, J.163
Alma Ata Conference on Primary Health Care 24, 102
Andean Rural Health Care Programme 78
Andersen, H.284
Arctic areas 56
Arole, M. and R.127
Arroyave, G.149
Artibonite Valley180-1
ascariasis 133, 138
Ascoli, W.62, 133, 136, 149
Asia325-36

see also Bangladesh; China; India

Ayad, M.265
Aziz, K. M. A.vii, 325

Matlab Project 4, 5, 28-53, 78

Babbott, F. L. Jr56, 272
background to research 1, 3
Balantas 279
Bandafassi Project ( Senegal) 4, 6, 253-75, 304
abstract 321
age survey 257-8, 265
area 254
child and infant mortality 253, 266, 268-72
collaboration 264
costs 264-5
data 256-60, 262-3, 265
definition of population 260-2
diseases (mainly infectious) 254, 264, 266, 268, 270-2
duration 260
fertility 253, 258-9, 261, 265, 266-7
field and health workers 263-4
genealogical survey 259-60
immunization/vaccination 254, 268, 272
map 255
migration 253, 260-2, 265
mortality (general) 253, 260, 265, 266-7
nuptiality 253, 256, 258-9, 265-7
nutrition 270-1
objectives and history 253-4
population 254-6
results 265-7
Bandim Project ( Guinea-Bissau) 10, 14, 276-96
abstract 315-16
census 279, 282
child and infant mortality 277, 279-81, 285-9
collaboration 286-7
costs and funding 282, 284, 286, 289, 292
data 277, 281-2, 284-5, 293
diarrhoea 277, 278, 285-6
diseases (mainly infectious) 10, 277-91 passim, 293
field and health workers 278, 279, 283, 286
history 276-82
observations 287-92
preventive health intervention 280-1, 282-4
primary health care 283, 284-6
research and monitoring 284-6
see also under immunization/vaccination; nutrition
Bangladesh100, 110

see also Matlab

Bantus, see Machakos Project
Basse 311
Beau, J. P.238, 248
Becker, S.34, 47, 49

ORSTOM experience 242, 246, 248, 249

Bedik 254, 255-6, 260, 265, 267, 271
Béhar, M.133, 136, 149
belief systems and attitudes, changes in 45, 114-19, 180, 189, 225-6
Benenson, A. S. 29, 32
Bengal23, 332
Benin ( Dahomey) 235

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