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close this bookThe Value of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries (RAND, 1998, 98 p.)
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PUBLICATION TYPE:

Project publication

IMPRINT:

Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 1998

PAGINATION:

79 p.

PERSONAL AUTHOR:

Bulatao, Rodolfo A.

AFFILIATED AGENCY:

RAND. Population Matters Project; Rockefeller Foundation; William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

UNFPA PROJECT NUMBER:

Undetermined

ISBN-ISSN:

0-8330-2633-X

NOTES:

Produced through RAND's Population Matters program.

ABSTRACT:

"Aim of this synthesis of research was to provide an objective account of what family planning programs have accomplished, whether they are still needed, and why donor nations, especially the United States, should care." "Concludes that family planning programs are providing women in developing countries with desired access to contraceptive services and helping to reduce fertility rates... and are associated with a range of other benefits, notably improvements in women's and children's health."

SUBJECT:

Family planning benefits; Literature reviews