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Health of mine workers in Botswana: a study of the effects of mining and migration

Maganu Et.

ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization

Abstract: Using a health survey of mine workers undertaken by the World Heath Organisation during 1980, compares health of Botswana miners in South African gold mines, and miners working in Botswana.

Keywords: occupational health; miner; migrant worker; Botswana; South Africa; social implication; occupational disease; occupational accident; sociological aspect; educational level; training; medical examination; survey; research method; reference; questionnaire; statistical table; santé au travail; mineur; travailleur migrant; Botswana; Afrique du Sud R; salud en el trabajo; minero; trabajador migrante; Botswana; República de Sudáfrica; conséquences sociales; maladie professionnelle; accident du travail; aspect sociologique; niveau d'enseignement; formation; examen médical; enquête; méthode de recherche; référence bibliographique; questionnaire; tableau statistique; consecuencias sociales; enfermedad profesional; accidente de trabajo; aspecto sociológico; nivel educativo; formación; examén médico; encuesta; método de investigación; referencia; cuestionario; cuadros estadísticos (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1988
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Published in International Migration for Employment, Working Paper

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