The Reproductive Revolution: The Role of Contraception and Education in Population and Development

This is a an authoritative text on the role of health and family life education and the importance of universal access to a wide range of birth control methods as seen from the perspective of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and similar international organizations. It is a data-based work containing numerous graphs and tables and extensive reference lists. The main sections cover family planning programs from a global perspective, contraceptive use in developed and developing countries, education about contraception, contraception and AIDS, and the future of contraception development and availability.