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UPF 2001-VA: Willingness to Pay for Well-Family Midwife Services in the Philippines

The study looks into the Well-Family Midwife Clinics (WFMCs) that provide for-profit family planning and maternity services for low- and lower middle-income urban areas of the Philippines. It provides insights on the willingness to pay of its clients for each service provided as well as identifies opportunities for midwives to provide additional, profitable services to Well-Family clients.

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Authors Keywords
Costello, Marilou; Cabegin, Emily; Khan, ME; Foreit, James; Janowitz, Barbara; Dasmarinas, Easter; Suanes, Gerard; population and family relation; family planning; health service delivery; population;
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