Medicinal plants are viewed as a possible bridge between sustainable development, affordable health care, and the conservation of biodiversity. This paper outlines the importance and usage of such plants in national health care and conservation activities in selected countries - China, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka - and in World Bank development projects.
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