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Jakarta, Indonesia, University of Indonesia, Faculty of Public Health, 1984. 6 p. (Book - IA)This article is a summary of the results of the Community Incentive Project (CIP) in Indonesia. The CIP is a project to maintain and increase family planning acceptance as well as family planning practice through increasing the income of the acceptors. The fund for the project was originated from the World Bank under a loan agreement for the Indonesian government in 1977. The evaluation of the CIP has been carried out under an agreement between the Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia and the National Family Planning Coordinating Board. The objective of the evaluation is to describe various objects of the project implementation, such as the planning/preparation process, training, loan provision, monitoring and control, recording and reporting, bookkeeping, assistance to the family planning acceptors who received the loan, the participation of the community and other sectors, and the impact of the project on family planning practice.