NORPLANT® Introduction: A Management Perspective
In 1983, the Population Council initiated an effort that had never before been undertaken by a public sector organization: the systematic introduction of NORPLANT® implants, a contraceptive developed through its own research and development program. This decision has continued to have an overall impact on the approach taken by other public sector institutions in this field.
KeywordsFamily Planning Focus Group Discussion Dominican Republic Family Planning Service Family Planning Program
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