UNFPA Annual Report 1997

No. of pages: 76

Publication Date: 1998

Author: UNFPA

ISBN: 0-89714-471-6

The themes that animate UNFPA's Annual Report for 1997 are ones that have become familiar since the ICPD in 1994. Reproductive health, including family planning and sexual health, remained the focus of the Fund's work during 1997, with programmes in the area of adolescent reproductive health playing an increasingly important role.

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