Says she waited to get back to Rama Rau until after she and Sanger met in Los Angeles to go over all the issues. They think that holding the meeting from Nov. 25-26 to Dec. 1 or 2 in Bombay is best choice.
"Since your group is the host organization, you will of course be extending the invitation to the WHO, the Far Eastern Regional Office for Social Welfare, with which Dr. J. Bulsara is associated, and similar organizations as well as delegations from as many countries as possible, particularly in South and Eastern Asia."
"Although you have the cooperation of the All-India Women's Conference, you will of course have the problem of raising some of the funds in India. To what extent the International Committee on Planned Parenthood can help with funds I don't know, but Margaret Sanger might be in a better position to tell you. It was decided however while Mrs. Sanger was here that the Watumull Foundation would make $5,000 available to your organization for this Conference." She suggests sending 500 Rupees each month for six months, "then when you know for which delegates you may have to pay transportation or other expenses, we will arrange for you to have the balance. In any case we want you to know that you can count on this amount."
"Do you wish us to ask the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and similar organizations to send informed experts, or do you wish to invite them from India? How about Mr. William Vogt, the author of the famous book, THE ROAD TO SURVIVAL.
"We will try to follow through on any suggestions you may care to make, and we will help you as far as possible with the program which as you say should include Health, Economics, Food, National Resources, Improved Food Production, and allied topics, as well as talks by experts in Contraceptive Methods, Sterilization, Reports from Birth Control Centers in other countries, etc."