Using Photographs to Strengthen Family Planning Research

Donaldson, Peter J.
September 2001
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep2001, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p148
Academic Journal
Recommends the use of photographs as data to strengthen family planning and reproductive health research.


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