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Child and maternal health services in rural India : the Narangwal experiment (Vol. 2) : Integrated family planning and health care (English)

This two volume report discusses the background, findings, design and policy of child and maternal health services in rural India. The first volume specifically discusses integrated nutrition and health. It reveals that direct, practical, and affordable measures are available that could correct most of the existing inequities in the health and nutritional care of children. The second volume specifically addresses the importance of promoting and integrating family planning and health care policy and practices.


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    Keilmann, Arnfried A. EXT

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    Integrated family planning and health care

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Keilmann, Arnfried A. EXT

Child and maternal health services in rural India : the Narangwal experiment (Vol. 2) : Integrated family planning and health care (English). A World Bank research publication Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.