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World wide problems in the field of maternal and child health and family planning services in the developing countries

  • Helen M. Wallace
  • Antonio S. Medina
  • Donald H. Minkler
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Abstract

In its Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations General Assembly singled out mothers and children as ‘entitled to special care and assistance’. This position has been strongly supported by the World Health Organisation.

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  • Helen M. Wallace
  • Antonio S. Medina
  • Donald H. Minkler

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