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A programme for the integration of family planning with maternal and child health services

  • Howard C. Taylor
  • Robert J. Lapham
  • William A. Van Wie
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Abstract

The association of family planning with the maternal and child health service now seems to many planners and workers to offer obvious advantages for both programmes. Yet the inclusion of family planning as an integral and natural part of standard maternity care has been slow to develop and in much of the world is only at the beginning of its development.

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© H. M. Wallace and G. J. Ebrahim 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Howard C. Taylor
  • Robert J. Lapham
  • William A. Van Wie

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