Kenya's Population Growth And Development To The Year 2000
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This is a collection of 13 studies by various authors on aspects of the relationship between population and development in Kenya. "The first group [of studies] deals with methodological problems the solution of which has greatly enlarged our capacity to see the future. The second outlines Kenya's demographic and socio-cultural scene and the third explores the role of the family and the status of women. The fourth part...gives us the socio-cultural dimension of future population issues. The final part is an attempt to remind us that the solution of Kenya's population issue in terms of the future calls for an increasing measure of co-operation at the regional and international levels." (EXCERPT)
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