Rethinking Family Planning Policy in Light of Reproductive Health Research, International Social Science Journal, 141:423-438, 1994.

The paper addresses the issue of rethinking family planning policy to serve the interests of women better, families and communities in developing countries. It is based on a study that was undertaken in two villages in the Giza governorate of Egypt to investigate the level of reproductive morbidity among women in this community.
Author(s): Hind Khattab , Huda Zurayk , Nabil Younis  
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