REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS OF WOMEN IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

Anuradha Singh, Prof. Kanchan Saxena

Abstract


The bases of any society are women and children. Mothers who
nourish the present and children who are the future of the country.
The saying of a famous ideologist Arastu is-
“The progress and decadence of a country depend on the progress and
decadence of women.” In the fabrication of society woman is equally
important as man. The formation and administration of a country is not
possible without woman. The mother form of woman is a precious gift
/ boon of nature.
Reproductive health was defined in International population and
development council (IPCD) in 1994. In its origin, fertility health,
voluntary and safe sex and reproductive options have been promoted to
individuals and couples with family size and timely decisions.


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