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Contraception for the purpose of reducing overpopulation: Should developed nations consider the supply of contraceptives to be an important use of their aid money to developing nations?

Contraception for the purpose of reducing overpopulation: Should developed nations consider the supply of contraceptives to be an important use of their aid money to developing nations?
  • Yes. Overpopulation is becoming an issue.

    Yes. Developed nations are fighting a losing battle with regard to aid and relief to developing nations. Developing nations keep having children that they have no hope of affording. Those children are becoming hunger statistics every day. If developing countries would simply be more cautious about how often the procreate, they could start to improve the quality of life for those already alive there.

  • Yes, population control will improve quality of life.

    Yes, developed nations should consider providing contraceptives to developing nations, because controlling the populations in countries that have significant suffering could improve the quality of life in these countries. Many women are not able to obtain an education because they have children at a young age. Improving this would improve life for these women and their children

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