Voices from the industry features contributions from scholars and professionals showcasing research that is new thinking, and methods to development challenges. This piece is authored by Quentin Wodon, lead economist for the World Bank’s Education Global Practice.
The emphasis will be on the role of family planning in empowering people and developing nations as World Population Day is celebrated tomorrow. Not enough use of family planning constrains women’s empowerment and plays a role in high fertility prices which, in change, result in higher dangers of poverty for several households. Tall fertility prices also subscribe to high rates of populace growth that limit nations development that is. The United Kingdom, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, global leaders have an opportunity to discuss the complex relationships between access to family planning and other critical goals included in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the Family Planning Summit on World Population Day organized in London by UNFPA. Continue reading “Child Marriage, Family Preparing, Population, and Developing”