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Mobile Migrant Population Study Suriname – Summary

M Heemskerk, E Jacobs, P Pratley

This document summarizes the findings from the mobile migrant study which was conducted at the request of Suriname’s Malaria Program and looked into the ASM population’s demography, movements, health perceptions, and healthcare seeking behaviours (the full report is linked below).

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