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    Expanding horizons in population control.

    Ravenholt RT

    War on Hunger. 1971 Oct 17-18; 5(10):1-3, 17-18.

    The Agency for International Development (AID) is involved in a world wide program of assistance for population activities. In 1973, $125,000,000 was authorized for population programs by the U.S. Congress. AID has provided funding to the U.N. population program, to the Pan American Health Organization, the International Planned Parenthood Federation, and numerous other international family planning organizations. Through country missions, AID has provided $100,000,000 in grants for population and family planning programs in 32 developing countries. AID has provided $21,000,000 for development of fertility control methods, with a particular emphasis on prostaglandin research. AID also provides support for agencies involved in demographic studies as well as to university population centers.
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