Attitudes Toward Population and Development Issues Among Leaders in the Eastern Caribbean: A Study
International Planned Parenthood Federation, Western Hemisphere Region, 1986 - Birth control - 51 pages
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BRIEF COUNTRYBYCOUNTRY COMPARISON
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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actual adolescent fertility rates Antigua areas associated become pregnant Caribbean Family Planning Chief Medical Officer church leaders contraceptive methods countries current population trends demographic trends development issues Dominica drugs Eastern Caribbean effects existing programs family life education family planning activities Family Planning Affiliation family planning programs family planning services FPA programs high birth rates high fertility his/her Hurricane David incidence of teenage instance involved in family IPPF IPPF/WHR island Labor union leaders Lucia and Saint majority of respondents migration Minister Ministry of Health mothers Negative O Mixed Nevertheless non-governmental organizations organizations overall Permanent Secretary Planned Parenthood population and development population density population growth rates population issues Positive pregnancy and multiparity prevalence of teenage respondent claimed respondents believed respondents expressed respondents felt respondents mentioned responsible parenthood role Saint Lucia Saint Vincent sexual status of women teenage pregnancies Views on Family Western Hemisphere Region Women's Desk young