Denmark’s Contraception Aid to Africa ‘to Limit Migration’

July 14, 2017

(BBC) – Denmark has pledged more funds for family planning in developing nations, saying this could also help “limit the migration pressure on Europe”. The Minister for Development Co-operation, Ulla Tornaes, said Copenhagen would contribute 91m kroner (£11m; $14m) for the programme. She said unwanted pregnancies had “enormous” human and social costs in the world’s poorest nations. But she added that limiting Africa’s population growth was also important.

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