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Published by O.E.C.D. (Development Centre), Distributed by H.M.S.O in Paris, London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birth control -- Underdeveloped areas.,
  • Economic assistance.

Book details:

Edition Notes

"The material in this volume is drawn from two conferences organised by the Development Centre of the Organisation forEconomic Co-operation and Development" - introduction.

GenreUnderdeveloped areas.
ContributionsOrganisation for Economic Co-operation & Development. Development Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination185p. :
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14933438M
ISBN 100119203480
OCLC/WorldCa316184751

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World Population Program Human population trends are a key factor in sustainable development. We study and project how the changing composition of population matters for social, economic and the environmental change and how human health and well-being are being affected. The United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law was established by General Assembly resolution . Population Policies and Programs Population Policies and Programmes Debated at Cairo Meeting Cairo's impressive International Conference Centre was the site of the second in a series of six expert. Columbia Univ. Teachers Collage Press, New York, N.Y. Community and Family Study Center E. 60th Street, Chicago, Ill. Corpus Publications West th Street, Cleveland, Ohio Council on Social Work Education E. 4bth Street, New.

Also, the World Bank recognized that rapid population growth is a major hindrance to development and provided assistance; and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) was set up to support family planning programmes. More recently, however, funding for population growth issues from the USA has by: 3. welcome: International Program Assistance. Key Qualifications and Services. International Program Assistance (IPA) provides administrative and financial management support to development programs worldwide, specializing in customized capacity building and technical support for U.S. government partners, Global Fund recipients, and Non Governmental Organizations. Reflections on Population is written by a former Executive Director of the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, which is a sequel to International Population Assistance: The First Decade, released in This book mainly focuses on providing reflections on the work of the UN Fund.   Clearly, population programme assistance provided by donors, particularly for family planning, is insufficient to achieve the goals of the ICPD and the MDGs. Many developing country governments, especially in the least developed countries, provide almost no domestic funds for population programmes and rely almost entirely on development by:

The text is enlivened by a number of case studies from around the world, most of which are new or have been substantially revised. Written by a leading international scholar in population, the book successfully integrates cutting-edge academic research with the focus and efforts of . For over 25 years, International Assistance Program has impacted the lives of thousands of people through implementing challenging western business practices in underdeveloped countries. The people of IAP currently partner with individuals and organizations in Romania, Mexico, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Costa Rica, Guatemala and refugee. Also, the World Bank recognized that rapid population growth is a major hindrance to development and provided assistance; and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) was set up to support family planning programmes. More recently, however, funding for population growth issues from the USA has decreased. Get this from a library! Population policies and programmes: proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Population Policies and Programmes, Cairo, Egypt, April [United Nations. Department for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis.;].