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Why We Need a Trading System for Childbearing Quota? | Biomedgrid llc

Journal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 6-7

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On one side of the world, many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and South Asia have not escaped from the “Malthusian Trap” yet [1]. Since agricultural production still plays a dominant role and the process of industrialization and urbanization continues to be slow, these areas appear to be a low level of economic development and personal income. Without restriction on fertility, these areas have high fertility rate and face excess population, causing population growth ahead of economic growth. The imbalance between resources and population lead most people to live below the poverty line. This is particularly true in Africa, where the total fertility rate (TFR) 6.0 and, in 2010, there were more than 400 million people falling into poverty, accounting for approximately half of Africa's total population and 1/3 of the number of poor people in the world. Rapid population growth has serious consequences, such as inequities in income distribution, unemployment problems, shortage of food and water supply, limited access to healthcare and education.

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