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Banjarnegara Community Health Development Programme: Indonesia

Community action for family planning A comparison of six project experiences: 83-95

Banjarnegara Community Health Development Programme: Indonesia

The Banjarnegara Community Health Development Programme started in response to the problem of the inaccessibility and inadequacy of health services in Java, particularly for the rural poor, but is now concerned with the broader task of raising living standards with a total population of some 715 000 in a poor rural area. Banjarnegara is a Regency in Central Java, and the Programme covers 266 of its 279 villages.

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