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Which country was the first developing country to launch a national family planning programme?
India
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When and where was it launched?
1952, Kerala
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What does the policy involve?
improve education, girls=boys, adult literacy classes, educate benefits of smaller families, extra retirement for smaller families, free contraception, improve child health, higher age of marriage, maternity leave for only 2 children
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What is the land reform programme?
land was redistributed in kerala so everyone had some to be self sufficeint
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Why did this disadvantage large families?
no more than 8 ha was given
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What are the advantages of this policy?
people better educated, girls=boys, infant mortality rate reduced, fertility rate reduced, extra retirement benefits, people better informed about contraception, land reform- everyone has land
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Where has the lowest growth rate in India?
kerala
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What are the disadvantages of this policy?
larger families may not have enough land, people who have had more than 2 children can't have maternity leave, not as successful as chinas
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