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The knowledge gained by the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in reducing the vulnerability of their hospitals to disasters must be extended and applied to all health services in the country. The past has demonstrated that less complex (although no less important) health infrastructure such as health centers, the offices of coordinating authorities, warehouses and blood banks are just as likely to be affected by floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and other natural hazards

Year: 2010
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