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development of shared care for children with mental or other handicaps in the Highland Region
University of Aberdeen. Department of Social Work. Mental Handicap Research Team.
|Statement||University of Aberdeen, Department of Social Work, Mental Handicap Research Team.|
|Contributions||Mental Health Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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region of highland villages in Nepal, about 80km from the capital Kathmandu. When the earthquake struck init destroyed five schools in the area. The impact was devastating; lives were lost, buildings reduced to rubble and many of the villagers fled to Kathmandu.
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Guatemala is geologically active, and most of the country’s population resides in a mountainous highland region that transverses the country from west to east.
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