Where There Is No Doctor, which began as a modest Spanish-language medical handbook (Donde No Hay Doctor) written for the local health workers of the Sierra Madre, ended up influencing the global health movement, and spawning grassroots publishing efforts that continue to this day.
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Books published by Hesperian Foundation are available from their site in free digital format (PDF), and for purchase from their (website). Visit their Books and Resources to explore their list of freely available publications, including Where There Is No Doctor, Helping Health Workers Learn, Where There Is No Dentist, and Disabled Village Children. To access Hesperian’s library by language, visit their language-list.