Safety Evaluation of Certain Additives Prepared by the

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This paper describes the Partnership’s background, principles and program, and outcomes to date. Advocates of the transformation of child welfare services into protective services promised that child abuse and child abuse fatalities would decline. In addition, personnel will be equipped, through continuous and appropriate training, to administer legislation effectively, correctly and consistently, in accordance with fundamental human rights and accepted values with a sense of account. 31.

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Publisher: World Health Organization (August 2003)

ISBN: 9241660503

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