August 1951
International Organization;Aug51, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p639
Academic Journal
This article discusses the works of the South Pacific Commission. On its seventh session convened at New Caledonia from April 28 to May 7, 1951, discussion was dealt with: (1) plans for the conference of experts on filariasis and elephantiasis which was to convene in Tahiti in August; (2) additional aspects of the project on alimentation and nutrition; (3) the engagement of a specialist in leprosy; (4) the possible establishment of a centralized training institution; (5) a project involving research on population problems in the South Africa, and; (6) a project to promote the island peoples' participation in commerce and industry.


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