American Universities Field Staff Reports
Geisel School of Medicine
The Republic of Kenya, located astride the equator on the Indian Ocean, enjoys the distinction of being the first tropical African nation to initiate a serious government program in population analysis and family planning. Ghana, Botswana, and the Reunion Islands off the African coast recently followed suit and have positive programs underway. By contrast, most other African states remain apathetic toward their own population problems, and a few are vigorously pronatal. Perhaps the most extreme example is Kenya's island neighbor, Zanzibar, which reportedly has introduced the death penalty for illegal abortions, and banned the sale of all contraceptives.
Miller, Norman. “Population Review 1970: Kenya.” American Universities Field Staff Reports IX.1 (1970): 1–26.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Miller, Norman, "Population Review 1970: Kenya" (1970). Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty. 3998.