Reproductive Health : Books
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18 September 2003
Perhaps the best way to summarise this revealing book is to let the author speak for herself. Below we reproduce an interview, first published in The Times of India, in which the celebrated Indian author, Mrinal Pande, spoke to Lalita Panicker.
24 May 2002
This 462-page volume documents the global response to the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo. The ICPD Programme of Action called for population programmes to take a client-oriented approach to reproductive health and attend to issues of gender, sexuality, and empowerment.
13 December 2001
The lifetime chance of a woman dying from complications of pregnancy, unsafe abortion or childbirth in Afghanistan, Somalia or Sierra Leone is one in seven. In Hong Kong or Spain that chance is one in 9,200.
- Goodbye to Planet 21
- Voices from Planet 21
- Faith leaders lend support to family planning campaign
- Melinda Gates helps family planning make a fresh start
- COMMENTARY: The case for family planning that Rio+20 forgot
- Mixed signals for Africa's population growth
- Maternal deaths halved in 20 years, but faster progress needed
- We must stabilise the human population says Royal Society
- 215 million women still have unmet need for family planning
- COMMENTARY: World must wake up to the coming crisis in the Sahel
- UN calls for more support for family planning
- Demographics loom large in state failure
- More investment in youth needed, as world population tops 7 billion
- COMMENTARY: Overpopulation is too big a problem to ignore
- Population growth in Zambia: a view from the slums