Expert Voices Address Population Challenges at Home
Volume 52, Issue 3
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[I]f the rate of population growth slows down, there will be more resources to invest in each African’s health, education, and opportunity—in other words, in a good life.– Alex Ezeh, Dornsife Professor of Global Health, Drexel University
Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, second from left, departs after speaking to local girls on the importance of avoiding teen pregnancy in Adumasa, Ghana, on February 27, 2020. In Ghana, 14 percent of adolescent girls are pregnant or are already mothers. Photo by Francis Kokoroko for The New York Times
World Fertility & Family Planning, 2020
Source: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2020). World Fertility and Family Planning 2020: Highlights
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World Fertility & Family Planning, 2020: Highlights from the United Nations
Excerpts from: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2020). World Fertility and Family Planning 2020: Highlights
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