Sistema de Documentación sobre Población en América Latina (DOCPAL)
Système de documentation sur la population en Amérique latine
Latin American Population Documentation System
Mar 1976, by E-XD2867 - Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Centre, as part of U-XF3140 - Population Information and Training Area, (which also includes Data Processing Unit). Also referred to by initials CELADE/DOCPAL. Discontinued when incorporated in the library system of E-XE4175 - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
Improve the supply of information on population in Latin American countries by disseminating and putting at readers' disposal books, reports, articles and other papers, published or unpublished, on population and development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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