Why have four children when you could have seven? Family planning in Niger
With the world’s highest birthrate, at an average of seven children per woman, Niger’s population is set to double in 17 years. NGOs are providing contraception, but what if women want more babies? Jill Filipovic for The Guardian canvasses the various challenges to population control in a country where women are encouraged to have as many children as possible, and 80% of the population live in poverty.
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