The girl child

Lancaster, Pat
September 1998
Middle East;Sep98, Issue 282, p45
Discusses the decline of global population, while highlighting the plight of girls around the world. Factors that have contributed towards this decline; Reference to a report issued by the United Nations Population Fund; Content of this report; How girl children are treated worldwide; Need to improve the situation of girls by providing access to information, education and services.


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