The primary needs of children
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The primary needs of children a blueprint for effective health promotion at the community level by Paul D. Steinhauer

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Published by Caledon Institute of Social Policy, Available from Renouf Pub. Co. in Ottawa, Ont., Canada .
Written in English



  • Canada,
  • Canada.


  • Children -- Canada -- Social conditions.,
  • Child development -- Canada.,
  • Child welfare -- Canada.

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Statementby Paul D. Steinhauer.
SeriesWorking paper (Sparrow Lake Alliance. Prmotion/Prevention Task Force)
ContributionsCaledon Institute of Social Policy., Sparrow Lake Alliance. Promotion/Prevention Task Force.
LC ClassificationsHQ792.C3 S84 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL630318M
ISBN 101895796539
LC Control Number96231512

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