In Nigeria, population growth, as a result of poor family planning, is compounding the country's housing crisis. But one 10-year-old is building his own hut to try and change people's attitudes.
Procreation is bad for the environment - or so we're told. Does the data back the position taken by numerous scientists, journalists and environmental campaigners?
Unwanted pregnancies could drop from 89 million a year to 22 million if women in poor countries had access to contraceptives, according to a Guttmacher Institute report.
Reproductive health officials say they received over $300,000 in aid from the US in 2016 to support their work. But unless other countries, like the Netherlands, step in, millions of women will be without essential family planning services.
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