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close this bookThe Value of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries (RAND, 1998, 98 p.)
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Useful material for this paper was provided especially by Stan Bernstein and Andrew Mason. Comments on drafts came, formally or informally, from David Adamson, Stan Bernstein, John Bongaarts, Barbara Crane, Julie DaVanzo, John Haaga, Lynn Karoly, Linda Martin, Mark Montgomery, Sally Patterson, Sara Seims, J. Joseph Speidel, Ellen Starbird, and Amy Ong Tsui and have been taken into account to the extent possible. The summary was drafted by David Adamson, RAND communications analyst. Editorial assistance was provided by Phyllis Gilmore. The paper was prepared under contract with RAND and supported by grants to RAND from the Hewlett Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and UNFPA.