Linking national and global population agendas: case studies from eight developing countries.

@article{Lee1995LinkingNA,
  title={Linking national and global population agendas: case studies from eight developing countries.},
  author={Kelley Lee and Gerrie van der Walt},
  journal={Third world quarterly},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={
          257-72
        }
}
This comparative study of the determinants of family planning policy initiation and implementation focuses on four pairs of countries: Zambia/Zimbabwe, Algeria/Tunisia, Pakistan/Bangladesh, and Philippines/Thailand. The conclusion is drawn that global efforts had an influence on national policy makers and on putting family planning issues on the policy agenda. Global impacts were affected by national economic and social conditions and the broader political and economic relations with Western… CONTINUE READING
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