The under-fives’ clinic

  • G. J. Ebrahim
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Abstract

The under-fives’ clinic brings together the concepts of prevention, treatment, health supervision and education into one service for comprehensive care. In addition, by identifying those individuals and families who are at risk of disease, it helps to mobilise health and community resources for their welfare. Experience has shown that it is one of the least expensive services to set up and one in which the community takes an active interest.

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