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China IP expanding with self-sufficiency.

Type
Published Article
Journal
Joicfp News
Publication Date
Jul 01, 2000
Issue
313
Pages
1–1
Identifiers
PMID: 12349726
Source
Medline
Keywords
License
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Abstract

This article reports the proceedings of the two National Workshops on the Integrated Project (IP), held in two cities in China. These workshops were organized by the National Steering Committee (NSC) of the Integrated Family Planning Project in China. About 70 representatives, project personnel from the first to the fourth cycle project areas, attended the Taicang workshop, while about 60 representatives from the fifth and sixth cycle project areas attended the Pingyao workshop. Workshop agendas included reports from the NSC, lectures by experts on new developments of reproductive health, summary report of the evaluation for the fifth cycle project, and presentation and discussion on selected project areas. The participants from each workshop took part in field trips to Taicang and Pingyao followed by discussions summarizing the trips. Overall, it is noted that pilot IP projects must not be conducted only within the pilot county, but also outside, as a model projects with appropriate directions and strategies.

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