community resources

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community resources

Community Connections, Resources, and People

Community-Based Nutrition Services and Resources


Education resources in remote Australian Indigenous community dog health programs: a comparison of community and extra-community-produced resources

Indigenous Communities’ Property Rights over Lands and Natural Resources Traditionally Used

Introduction to Part 3: All the resources of the community

Rights, Rewards, and Resources: Lessons from Community Forestry in South Asia

Are socially disadvantaged neighbourhoods deprived of health-related community resources?

Community Psychology History and Theory as Resources for Transformative Change in Community Mental Health

The Contribution of Personal and Community Resources to Well-Being and Sense of Belonging to the Community among Community Activists

The Content and Scope of Indigenous Communities’ Property Rights over Lands and Natural Resources Traditionally Used

Devolution of Control of Common Pool Resources to Local Communities: Experiences in Forestry

The Open Language Archives Community: An Infrastructure for Distributed Archiving of Language Resources

The Global Invertebrate Genomics Alliance (GIGA): Developing Community Resources to Study Diverse Invertebrate Genomes

Constitutive Differences Between Natural and Artificial Container Mosquito Habitats: Vector Communities, Resources, Microorganisms, and Habitat Parameters

A resources and shaping forces model for community-based sustainable development

Community Resources: Intellectual Property, International Trade and Protection of Traditional Knowledge. By JOHANNA GIBSON

Community Partnerships in Neighborhood-Based Health Care: A Response to Diminishing Resources


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The range of economic assets, physical facilities, buildings, plant and equipment, and the human resources, that is, the community health workers who work in and from these physical facilities and are available to meet community health and social needs.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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