Vulnerability of Infant Children of Street Trading Nursing Mothers to Disaster Risk Diseases in Urban Nigeria: Strategies for Mitigation.
Published at Nigeria Anthropological and Sociological Practitioner Association. Covenant University, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Published in 2013
Adetoro, G.W., EkanemIni-Mfon, Olawole-Isaac, A. and Amoo, E.O.
Samuel Gbemisola » Samuel Gbemisola W. had her first and second degree in Covenant University. She finished as the best student in Demography and Social Statistics (Class 2010) in her first degree. She is a lecturer of Demography and Social Statistics at Covenant University. She is currently on her Ph.D. Program. A member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), member of the... view full profile
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Vulnerability of Children of Street Trading Nursing Mothers to Disaster Risk Diseases in Urban Nigeria: Strategies for Mitigation.
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