A Global Population Policy To Advance Human Development in the Twenty-First Century, With Particular Reference to Sub-Saharan Africa

by Robert S. McNamara

Global Coalition for Africa Kampala, Uganda May 1992

Preface

0079_depopulationThe Advisory Committee of the Global Coalition for Africa, meeting in Kampala, Uganda May8-9,1992, has placed on its agenda a discussion of fertility trends in Sub-Saharan Africa and their implications for future economic and social advance. At their request, and as a basis for the discussion in Kampala, I have prepared this statement. It is an adaptation of the Raphael M. Salas memorial Lecture, which I presented at the United Nations on December 10, 1991. I know of no problem which will so influence human development in the region as the current explosive growth of population. It must be brought under control. The paper presents a program for doing so. Needless to say, at this stage, I am solely responsible for its contents. Robert 5. McNamara Washington, D.C. May 1992

 

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