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The Largest Mass Poisoning in History, Arsenic Contamination in Rural Bangladesh

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This documentary is the result of a collaboration between the Arsenic Mitigation and Research Foundation and the Environmental Policy and Management program of UNSW. It provides an introduction to the arsenic calamity in Bangladesh and to some of the efforts to address it.

The Largest Mass Poisoning in History (2008). Videorecording. J. Merson and C.F. Rammelt. Dhaka, AMRF, Sydney, EPM Graduate Research Program at UNSW, JMA Production.

More info: http://www.peopleandwater.org/ 
Produced by: JMA Production
Year: 2008
Language: English and Bangla
Region: Bangladesh, South Asia

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