Family Policy Case Study

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The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong was an organisation which brought forth sex education, family planning advice and birth control services to the citizens of Hong Kong. When the population started to increase, it launched a campaign. This campaign was called the “Two is Enough” campaign through which the birth rate was decreased with the help of educational ways.The total fertility rate too, is low.The authorities in Iran as well encourage families not to have more than two children.United Kingdom and Singapore were other two countries which followed the same policy.

The Policy in Vietnam highlights that the official size of the family should not be more than one or
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6Those who noticed this issue of overpopulation didn't want to admit to it or want the state to play an active role in population control.Some said that the solution of the problem (of population) lies not in family planning but in economic development.Parliament made mention of assumed negative correlation between the standard of living & fertility. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, the then Health Minister said: "The moment the standard of life of the people is raised, the birth rate falls." Another reason for the delay of the policy of population control was because people thought not much could be expected from the use of contraceptives.At first not a lot of people supported the policy of population control. The Government of India often asserts that the development of a population control policy has been slow and ineffective mainly because of several socio-economic factors, and the organisational, administrative and technical problems it …show more content…
And how it was changed to two-child policy respectively .It had both positive effects and negative effects from the Chinese families and the societies where the positive effects were Higher standard of living ,social development ,increased quality of life , increased social assistance.The negative effects happened to be the social and psychological maladjustment and pressure,unbalanced sex ration , increased incidence of divorce and finally older population.OCP or the One child Policy still prevails in China despite the fact that it has been mentioned before that it is not required or it isn't necessary . The One Child population continues to increase , ie, increase in size . Significant changes are seen in the Chinese society now that the two-child policy is in

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