Family Planning Can Result In Additional 13% Rise In India’s GDP By 2031: Study

The Logical Indian

March 12th, 2019

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A new study titled, “Cost of Inaction in Family Planning in India: An Analysis of Health and Economic Implications” has revealed that if family planning policies are prioritised, India’s GDP can see an additional rise of 13% by 2031.

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