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Title: Development Bulletin 47 (1999). Development assistance and family planning
Issue date: Jan-1999
Publisher: Development Studies Network
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CONTENTS: DISCUSSION SERIES: The role of family planning in reproductive health / Penny Kane, page 6. ICPD + 5: Reaffirming women's right to health / Kathy Sullivan, page 9. Who's making the choice? Population policy, women's rights and Australian overseas aid / Kathryn Robinson, page 12. Is Australia meeting its obligations in the Pacific? The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development / Dianne Proctor, page 16. Games governments play: How the United States obstructs the mission of the United Nations / Eberhard Wenzel, page 19. Population growth and policy options in the developing world / John Bongaarts and Judith Bruce, page 21. Population assistance in the 1990s / Thomas Schindlmayr, page 24. Reproductive health and family planning in the Pacific Island countries / William J. House and Salesi F. Katoanga, page 27 Men and family planning: How attractive is the Programme of Action? / Terence H. Hull, page 30. Family planning for Indonesian unmarried youth: Views from Medan, North Sumatra / Augustina Situmorang, page 33. Adolescents and family planning: Issues and debates / Sharon Bessell, page 36. Tonga: Conflict of interest issues in family planning programmes / Stephanie Pope, page 40. Education and family planning / Jan E. Ritchie, page 43. Promoting reproductive and sexual health in the region / Lea Shaw, page 46. Going the distance: Lessons in family planning by distance education in Solomon Islands / Maggie Kenyon and Christopher Chevalier, page 48. Abortion: The hidden dilemma for Thai public health / Andrea Whittaker, page 51. A systems approach to improving quality of care: Some lessons from contraceptive introduction in Vietnam / Do Trong Hieu, Vu Quy Nhan and Maxine Whittaker, page 54. Informed choice: A pillar of quality family planning in theory and practice? The Vietnam Family Planning Project / Margaret Winn, page 58. Social and cultural factors affecting contraception and safe sex programmes in Ghana / Pascal Allotey and Daniel Reidpath, page 60. Mobilisation of the expertise and experience of the Australian family planning community / Sue Kelly, page 63. VIEWPOINT: HIV and infant feeding: What choice is there? / Greg Thompson, page 65. Australia's role in international HIV/AIDS responses / Audrey Cornish, page 68. Background to the global human rights revolution / Keith Suter, page 71. The impact of women's education and physical autonomy on the use of child health services in Bangladesh / Tarek Mahmud Hussain, A. Dharmalingam and John F. Smith, page 74. Gender mainstreaming in education sector programming / Juliet Hunt, page 76. UPDATE: Wasted opportunities? People, livelihoods and garbage in South Asia / Jo Beall, page 80. FROM THE FIELD: Some reflections on Papua New Guinea's drought and frost: Relief and recovery / Greg Harris, Jim Moore and Andrew Jones, page 82. FROM THE PRESS, page 85. CONFERENCES: Conference reports, page 89. Conference calendar, page 94. PUBLICATIONS: Book reviews, page 99. New books, page 106. Reports and monographs, page 110. Newsletters and journals, page 114. Working papers, page 116. COURSES, page 118. RESOURCES: Organisation profiles, page 122. Materials, page 126. Electronic fora, page 128
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/9798
ISSN: 1035-1132
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