Making Cairo work


The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development set broad new goals for family planning and reproductive health. The resources available to fund these much needed programmes, however, are much smaller than was originally calculated. To divide the limited budgets for the maximum health impact, likely resource flows need to be set against the cost of various family planning and reproductive health interventions. Preliminary analysis suggests that selection of cost-effective delivery of family planning services would still meet much of the need for family planning, and that some progress could be made towards improved control of sexually transmitted diseases.

Published in Lancet, 1 23 1999, 353(9149):315-8

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Malcolm Potts
Julia Walsh
Publication date: 
January 23, 1999
Publication type: 
Journal Article