POPULATION POLICIES : FORMULATION,IMPLEMENTATION AND PROSPECTS KEY ISSUES IN NIGERIA’S POPULATION POLICY IN THE 1990S

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Abstract


This paper reviews Nigeria's population policy which was adopted during the first quarter of 1988. The policy has been adopted at a time of social and economic stress. The policy document is divided into eight sections, each section highlights demographic and socio-economic aspects of the society. The major constraints to the realisation of the policy objectives are mentioned and the future prospects to the year 2000 are appraised.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11564/3-0-446

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