Population Control and Family Planning - Inputs on Solutions

Dear all:

Below are the key issues/causes highlighted by you for lack of Population Control and Family Planning. Kindly review and help identify specific solutions to them.

We will then put together a comprehensive whitepaper which would be shared with all the key Government stakeholders for actions.

We look forward to your inputs!

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Population Control and Family Planning - Issues/Root Causes

1. Vasectomy is not being encouraged
2. Sterilization is neither safe nor being promoted/rewarded
3. Government is not focusing on family planning campaigns
4. Stereotypical thinking of India’s people to produce an heir
5. Birth control techniques aren’t being highlighted and presented to rural as well as urban population
6. There is no prevailing reward /penalty system in India
7. Condom advertisement is said to be a curse to culture
8. Adoption is not being encouraged
9. In education, girls are given second priority
10. Some communities have religious obstinacy
11. Awareness campaigns about family planning don’t reach at the grass root level
12. Social advantages and health benefits of having small family aren’t being propagated more  

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1. Anybody can say me why Copper-T is given to a Delivery Patient after delivery and what are it's side effects for both mother and child.
2. Why a new born baby suffers from Jaundice? more  
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Widespread awareness through all types of Media is the only way. It is very much necessary to control the population if our children have to live in peace in a future world which is becoming more and more deficient in lot of resources, such as water, sanitation, fuel, traffic conditions etc. This problem must be addressed on War-Footing. more  
We need to identify which segment of population is giving rise to this problem,
Because in urban India, we hardly find more than 2 children to any couple, rather, we more see the problem of infertility in young bright couples of IT industry.

So after identification, That segment can be counseled and treated. more  
Our law system should be uniform and applicable to all irrespective of caste, creed, religion. The ccommunity which follow the law is gradually going to loose the majority and those that doesnot follow the law is the root cause for the increase in population of the country by which the economic burden on the Government is increasing more  
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