Family Planning and its Effect on Household in Pakistan: A Case Study of Peshawar

Document Type: Case Study

Author

College of Economics And Management Huazhong Agricultural University of China

Abstract

Family planning plays an important role to control population growth, and poverty reduction, human development. In all over the world population is increases day by day especially in underdeveloped countries and it creates serious problem. In Pakistan the ratio of population is also increase and if control it well cannot be harmful for its development. So we should control birth ratio by family planning and we should support, and government arrange some workshop which creates awareness in people to do family planning.

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