Population and Sustainability Work
Rapid human population growth is a factor that aggravates overconsumption, economic inequality, and pollution. It is one of the major causes of critical environmental problems like wanton habitat destruction, overfishing, and climate change. While humans are not always the enemy, the centre promotes population control in order to curb runaway human population growth. Fishing from the regulated areas using the correct fishing chairs is one step in the right direction. Futhermore, employing fishing motors for trolling can make a huge difference to the environment.
These include pressuring governments to empower reproductive health of women, universal access to health care and sex education, and paradigm shifts in order to promote the idea that population growth in some areas is a factor in their continued status as an underdeveloped country.
- Promoted reproductive health among various partner communities
- Helped support groups who also promote accessibility to reproductive health to critical communities
- Introduced the concept of sustainable growth to coastal communities which include the need to protect women’s reproductive rights
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