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Published by: NACRA - North American Case Research Association
Published in: "The Case Research Journal", 1994
Length: 22 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

A project manager for a consulting firm specializing in health care in developing countries is responsible for developing a program for UNICEF to reduce illness and death from diarrheal disease in Zambia. The three-year program must consider the education of both parents and health care providers, along with the nation''s culture and infrastructure and options for supply, packaging, and distribution of oral rehydration salts.

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Abstract

A project manager for a consulting firm specializing in health care in developing countries is responsible for developing a program for UNICEF to reduce illness and death from diarrheal disease in Zambia. The three-year program must consider the education of both parents and health care providers, along with the nation''s culture and infrastructure and options for supply, packaging, and distribution of oral rehydration salts.

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