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The Integrated Project in Ghana: its potentials for the 1990s






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The Integrated Project in Ghana: its potentials for the 1990s

The article reviews the main objectives and achievements of the Integrated Family Planning, Nutrition and Parasite Control Project (IP) developed by the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana, and profiles experiences with the project village by village in the pilot area of Awutu in which it has been implemented.


Accession: 002241902

PMID: 12283890



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