Regional Clearing House on Population Education and Communication (RECHPEC)
1972 Bangkok Thailand
1972, Bangkok (Thailand), as UNESCO Regional Clearing House for Population and Communication (POPED). Present name adopted 1992. As of 2006 "no longer exists".
Assist Member States in building up and organizing information services in population education and communication in order to provide adequate information support to national programmes; serve as regional information resource base on which national authorities may draw for materials; promote inter-country flow by serving as a centre for collection and redistribution of information from other programmes and centres and as a link between population education, adolescent reproductive health and communication resource units and centres.
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Clearinghouse Services. Acquisition and Cataloguing; Repackaging Documentation Reference Service; Dissemination Mailing List.
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