Facts About family planning in India

Street dwellers in MumbaiRather than rely on economic growth,calls for the German Foundation for World Population,the "evil" to tackle at the root and stem the population explosion as far as possible.But how? Unwanted pregnancy
Often "the women in these countries lack the knowledge about proper prevention or they are afraid of health consequences.Only through education and guidance,these obstacles can be overcome,"called Renate Baehr of the German Foundation for World Population (DSW),one of the possible measures.

There still every year 76 million women have unwanted pregnancies worldwide."It is urgent to invest more in family planning and education projects in developing countries, " said Baehr on.

Economic constraints dictate the blessing of children
However,a better education,especially for Indian women is anyway only one side of the coin.Because in order to reduce the birth rate permanently,for example,economic constraints must be considered in the opinion of many researchers.Market in Hyderabad

Street dwellers in Mumbai
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"In a country like India where their children are the only retirement savings,there is a single economic compulsion to extended family.Parents need to have as many children as a precaution to make sure that enough are still alive when they will be old,"says Sylvain Coiplet by the Institute for Social threefold one of the main triggers for the population explosion in India."This constraint must be eliminated by the pension you give a broader basis."

This could happen in his opinion,for example,by a government-sponsored universal health insurance and pension funds or by private neighborhood,where hundreds of families get together.

Market in Hyderabad
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Poverty prevents vision
But whether those ideas actually have the desired effect remains to be seen.For many Indians are still more concerned with the daily struggle for survival as with forward-looking planning for the future.Because,according to the 2006 Human Development Report of the United Nations Development Programme,four out of five residents of the country more than two U.S. dollars a day available - for food,clothing and all other things of everyday life.

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2002-01-25 08:07:59 by justyouraveragecitizen

Chomsky on the World Social Forum

Interviewing Chomsky
Preparatory to Porto Alegre
Compiled from diverse email and radio interviews in the week before the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre
Why have you decided to participate in the WSF? What do you think of it?
Two meetings are taking place pretty much at same time. One is the Davos meeting of 'the masters of the universe,' to borrow the term used by the world's leading business journal, the London Financial Times, when they met a year ago. The term was presumably used with a touch of irony, but it is rather accurate. The second is the World Social Forum (WSF) meeting in Porto Alegre, bringing together representatives of popular organizations throughout the world whose conception of what the world needs is rather different from that of the masters....

2001-11-13 08:26:00 by onVietnam

Chomsky

Memories
Noam Chomsky
Z Magazine, July/August 1995
The year 1995 is a season of memories, and for some, regrets and apologies as well.
Visiting China in May, Japanese Prime Minister Maruyama marked the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II by expressing 'sincere repentance for our past,...including aggression and colonial rule [that] caused unbearable suffering and sorrow for many people in your country and other Asian nations.' Two months before, New York Times correspondent Nicholas Kristof reported a poll showing that Japanese 'believe 4 to 1 that their Government has not adequately compensated the people of countries that Japan invaded or colonized,' also noting an 'explicit apology for the war' by Japan's Prime Minister two years earlier. Kristof's concern,...

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