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WB 2000-HNP: Socio-Economic Differences in Health, Nutrition, and Population in the Philippines

This paper presents figures that describe the health, nutrition, and population (hnp) status and service use among individuals belonging to different socio-economic classes. The figures are intended to provide World Bank operational staff, the government officials with whom they work, and others with basic information for use in preparing country analyses and in developing health, nutrition and population activities for the disadvantaged.

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Wagstaff, Adam; Gwatkin, Davidson; Rustein, Shea; health care; fertility; family planning; health and nutrition; data and statistics; population; population and development;
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