Youth key to family planning successes
Fadjar Wibowo and Yeyen Yenuarizki
PREMIUM The global population reached 7.2 billion people as World Population Day was commemorated on July 11. Indonesia ranks as the fourth most populated nation with 249 million inhabitants. Due to shifts in political and economic interests, family planning programs are slowing down in many parts of the world, including Indonesia. Under the National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN) Indones...
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