The use of cannabis seeds as a natural contraceptive: a case of Zambia

Nyundo, Lucy, Eagle, Lynne C., Low, David R., Whittaker, Maxine, and Mwansa, Dickson (2018) The use of cannabis seeds as a natural contraceptive: a case of Zambia. In: Proceedings of the International Social Marketing Conference. pp. 197-202. From: International Social Marketing Conference: broadening cultural horizons in social marketing, 15-17 July 2018, Singapore.

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Abstract

The link between population growth or fertility rates and socio-economic development is unquestionable, hence, the increasing call for more investment in family planning programs and research. Zambia is a country in Sub-Sahara Africa with one of the highest fertility rates in the world, high unmet need for modern contraceptives, high rate of teenage pregnancy, high HIV/AIDS prevalence rate, high occurrence of early marriages and a predominantly young population. In response to this harsh reality, the Zambian government is determined to transform the economy by taking advantage of the opportunity that this demographic dividend presents.

Item ID: 56461
Item Type: Conference Item (Presentation)
ISBN: 978-0-9954471-7-2
Keywords: Zambia, birth control, social marketing
Copyright Information: This conference proceeding is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence. You are free to copy, communicate and adapt this work, so long as you attribute James Cook University, Australian Association of Social Marketing and the authors
Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2019 01:06
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