Social marketing sales rise

March 1997
International Family Planning Perspectives;Mar97, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
Reports that according to DKT International, the number of contraceptive social marketing programs in developing countries, and the level of protection they provide continues to increase. Countries where programs were introduced in 1995; Statistics on increase and decrease in couple-years programs; Details on some programs; References the article `1995 Contraceptive social marketing statistics,' by P. D. Harvey in the August 1996 issue of DKT International.


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