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In: Korean experience with population control policy and family planning program management and operation, edited by Nam-Hoon Cho, Hyun-Oak Kim. [Seoul], Korea, Republic of, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, 1991 Sep. 311-27.The Korean experience with collaboration in family planning (FP) is explored in this chapter. Attention is paid to the nature of the decision, external resources (International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in detail and the following in brief: the UN Economic and Social Commission (UNECOSOC) and the UN Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), the Population Council of New York (PC), the Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA), the US Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Japanese Organization for International Cooperation (JOICFP)). Suggested criteria for FP projects include, community concern, prevalence, seriousness of unmet need, and manageability, but with external collaboration, consideration should be given to whether domestic resources are insufficient, the priorities of potential donors, expected problems with compliance with the grant, and government commitment to the project. External collaboration can take the form of moral support, technical cooperation, or financial support. The nature of the project as well as the expected achievements of the project need to be identified. Resources may be manpower, facilities, commodities, money, and/or time. The Korean experience with IPPF began with a visit by IPPF in 1960. In 1961, the Planned Parenthood Federation of Korea (PPFK) was accepted as a member of IPPF. Support which began in 1961 has reached over 16 million dollars cumulatively. At present about 25% of support for FP comes form IPPF. The author's experience as a representative of PPFK to IPPF and other groups is described. Tables provide information on commodities supplied by year and dollar amount, and allotment of UNFPA Assistance to Ministries and Institutions between 1973-86 by the number of projects and the dollar amount; types of program activity and dollar amount from UNFPA is also provided.
Evaluation report of UNFPA assistance to the National Family Planning Programme of Thailand: Project THA/76/PO1--expansion of family planning services and support to the infrastructure of the NFPP and Project THA/76/PO5--National Family Planning Communication Programme.
New York, New York, United Nations Fund for Population Activities, April 1982. 74 p.Looks at the contribution of the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) to Thailand's National Family Planning Program (NFPP) and assistance given to NFPP through project THA/76/PO1: Expansion of Family Planning Services and Support to the Infrastructure of the NFPP, and THA/76/PO5: National Family Planning Communication Program. The UNFPA has been assisting population projects in Thailand since 1971. Over 90% of the funding has gone to support the NFPP in its service delivery activities, training, and information, education, and communication activities. The long range objectives of both projects was to contribute to decreasing the annual rate of population growth from above 2.6% in 1976 to 2.1% by the end of 1981. The THA/76/PO1 project was to assist the Ministry of Public Health in implementing its national population policy through expansion of its family planning service network. The THA/76/PO5 project was to assist the Ministry of Public Health in its communication program in support of family planning. Achievements and projects of the NFPP are discussed and their general strategy, planning, research, evaluation, approaches in mass communication, and small group activities are also covered. The evaluation Mission made numerous recommendations and suggestions concerning reprogramming of 1982 activities. The recommendations and suggestions were addressed to the government for its consideration and to UNFPA for policy and program decisions.