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Geneva, Switzerland, WHO, EPI, 1984. 24 p. (Logistics and Cold Chain for Primary Health Care 12; EPI/LOG/84/12)This booklet is a guide for those who already have played the cold chain game, a game for teaching logistics for primary health care, and who want to organize their own game. The cold chain game was developed originally by the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) as a method of teaching people how to distribute vaccine effectively. In this booklet, the game has been adapted to teach how to distribute chloroquine tablets as well as vaccines. The cold chain game is designed for 5-10 people or 11-20 people depending on how it is organized. 2 or 3 supervisors are needed, one to direct the game and the others to assist the participants. The game's purpose is learning. The players learn by discovering the problems of trying to manage a cold chain and solving thse problems by themselves. The players take on the roles of cold chain workers, storekeepers, supervisors and learn the complex nature of these tasks. This booklet describes what the game is designed to teach, how to set up the game, how to run the game, and how to devise one's own cold chain game.