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I find it interesting how liberals and conservatives can have nearly diametrically opposed views on just about everything. For example, if a brand new topic of political debate were to develop tomorrowI'm talking about a topic that nobody had ever
We feel that the world's overall fertility rate will fall to replacement rate by 2025. In other words, reproductively speaking, our species will no longer be expanding a major turning point in history. Of course, overall world population will still
ments An 'explosion of human talent' will feed a growing world population CNN host and bestselling author Fareed Zakaria says the world faces 'enormous challenges, but they are not going to be challenges of decay, but of growth and abundance.'
I wish to, belatedly, join the international community in observing Mandela Day. Remarkably, it comes immediately after World Population Day and the Day of the African Child. The idea behind is that, given a civilised environment, each individual is
Indonesia requires better population management so its huge population can be turned into quality human resource potential, according to National Family Planning and Population Agency head Fasli Jalal. Speaking at the commemoration ceremony of the
The 2013 theme, Focus is on Adolescent Pregnancy, brought to mind about 16 million girls of less than 18 years, who give birth each year...Carol Natukunda now raises the issue of teenage pregnancy, where the UN argues that adolescent pregnancy is not
He made the comments at a ceremony commemorating World Population Day, held on Thursday. The event was attended by government officials, diplomats, youth representatives and the UN. During his opening speech, the Dr. Sai Mauk Kham called on Myanmar's
practices, in an effort to effectively tackle adolescent pregnancy. Racquel Reece, came as Jamaica joined the rest of the world in observing World Population Day 2013 on Thursday under the theme: 'Adolescent Pregnancy'. She said that this year's
La Paz. - The Population Fund (UNFPA) warned that Bolivia has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in Latin America and the Caribbean. The UNFPA officer in Bolivia, Cecilia Maurente, and assistant representative body, Celia
Posted by: Katiewilliam Date: 12, July 2013, “With 16 million young women under 18 giving birth and 3.2 million of these teens experiencing unsafe abortions each year, the U.