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Hopes of Arresting Global Population Rise on the Data of Rise in use of Contraceptives by Women: UN


03/08/2016




Hopes of Arresting Global Population Rise on the Data of Rise in use of Contraceptives by Women: UN
Projections for global population growth could be cut by as much as 1 billion over the next 15 years due to the fact that the number of women using contraceptives in developing countries has soared to record levels in recent years.
 
With some poorer regions recording the fastest pace of growth since 2000, the latest data by the UN show more women than ever now use family planning.
 
Modern or traditional forms of family planning were used by an estimated 64% of married women, or women living with a partner, aged between 15 and 49 in 2015. In 1970, the rate was 36%.






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