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Healthy City Projects in Developing Countries An International Approach to Local Problems

By: Trudy Harpham, Ilona Blue, Edmundo Werna and Greg Goldstein
Publisher: Earthscan
Healthy City Projects in Developing Countries
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Drawing on experience in a range of cities, the book shows how to design, implement and evaluate the integration of public health into urban management.

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Establishing healthy cities; implementing healthy cities; evaluating healthy cities; are healthy cities sustainable?

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Biography

Edmundo Werna is Urban Advisor to the United Nations Volunteer Programme. Trudy Harpham is Professor of Urban Development and Policy at South bank University, London. Ilona Blue is a research fellow in urban health working at the School of Urban Development and Policy, South Bank University, London. Greg Goldstein works in the Urban Environmental Health Unit in the World Health Organization Programme on Environmental Health, Geneva. He is co-ordinator for Healthy Cities(Asia, Africa, Latin America).
By: Trudy Harpham, Ilona Blue, Edmundo Werna and Greg Goldstein
Publisher: Earthscan
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