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Improving the Health Education Program in Rural Nigeria

There will be two longterm goals of the proposed health education program for women in rural Nigeria. These goals are as follows:

1. To reduce the incidence of malaria and other tropical diseases among women and children in rural Nigeria.

2. The reduce the death rate attributable to malaria and other tropical diseases among women and children in rural Nigeria.

Community Health Nursing, Los Angeles, California, is the organization submitting this application for funding. Community Health Nursing is an organization which provides health education services in developing countries.

Funding for the proposed health education program is sought from the Rosenberg Foundation, San Francisco, California. The Rosenberg Foundation provides funds for a variety of health education projects and programs in both the United States and other countries.

Community health care is largely a product of public policy. Unfortunately, in many developing countries, public policies, however, commendable, cannot always be fully implemented with available resources. In contemporary society, prospects for the health of individuals are

. . . determined by public policy, by those decisions which shape contemporary environments in communities, workplaces, homes, and schools. Public policy sets parameters for the mode and character of industrial and agricultural production, corporate m

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