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China initiated its family planning policy in 1962 and its one-child policy in 1980, and it allowed all couples to have two… Expand In November 2013, China announced reforms to its family planning policies whereby couples would be allowed to have a second child… Expand In this article we review policies and laws relevant to family planning and provide insight on how the family planning policies… Expand This article provides a broad overview of China's family planning policy during the last three decades, highlighting key trends… Expand OBJECTIVE
The Lady Health Workers (LHWs) under the Ministry of Health and the Village-based Family Planning Workers (VBFPWs… Expand This paper discusses the perceptions of the Nigerian population policy, family planning program and family planning using data… Expand International stereotypes tend to portray Iran as a ‘traditional’ society resistant to many aspects of social change. Based on… Expand
This article points out the important role of family planning (FP) in controlling population growth in China. The impact of… Expand The legal systems of Sahelian African countries combine customary law, Islamic law, French colonial law, and civil law introduced… Expand The 39 tables in this volume set forth statistics on family planning and child survival programs in the 100 developing countries… Expand