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Somewhere in India

(MIFF 1953, International Understanding)

Director: V. Parkash

Throughout history, man has fought an eternal struggle against plague, hunger, and war. Scientists of many nations have joined this fight against disease and hunger. This is the story of the work of the World Health Organisation in assisting the Indian Government to overcome the menace of malaria.

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