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English: A family planning placard seen near Lalibela, Ethiopia. It shows some negative effects of having too many children. (Poverty, malnourishment, illnesses, insufficient education, deforestation, desertification)
Deutsch: Ein Familienplanungs-Plakat in der Nähe von Lalibela, Äthiopien. Es zeigt einige negative Effekte auf, die auftreten können, wenn Familien zu viele Kinder in die Welt setzen. (Armut, Mangelernährung, Krankheiten, ungenügende Schulbildung, Abholzung, Desertifikation)
Date 15 April 2009
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Author Maurice Chédel


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