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Editorial by Isabel Carter

Working with people to encourage rural development is a slow process. Whether your work is in health, agriculture, water supplies or some other subject, you will know that improving the quality of people’s lives is a gradual process.

But the world population, on the other hand, is increasing more and more rapidly. The slow progress made in establishing adequate health care or better water supplies may not be able to keep up with the growing population in your area. This is why awareness of population pressures and the need for family spacing to encourage happy, healthy families, is the concern not just of family planning clinics, but of all Christians who care about their communities.

Please find below articles from Footsteps issue 3.

To download a pdf version of Footsteps issue 3, please click here (PDF 3.3 MB).


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