| The family and family size |
|Activity no. 1 - What do you think of that?|
|Activity no. 2 - What would you decide in this situation?|
|Activity no. 3 - Small family/large family|
|Activity no. 4 - Learning from an expert|
A visit from the local family planning or planned parenthood worker.
Note: See introductory unit on things to consider when using a resource person.
FOR WHAT?/ WHY?
So that group members will be able to:
Some background information for the group leader
Where can young people get information and assistance to help them put their family size decisions into practice?
Information and assistance regarding family size and child spacing are available from your local family planning unit or council.
It might be appropriate for you, the group leader, to invite the local family planning or planned parenthood worker to come and talk to the members of the youth group and this topic.
Using a resource person like this is a good way to make your youth group activities even more interesting and useful to its members. These resource people can't replace you as the leader. But resource persons can help make your job better and easier too.
Booklets in this Leaders Guide Series:
Population and Agriculture
Population, Employment and Income
Population and the Environment
Population and Nutrition
Population and Health
The Family and Family Size
Human Growth and Development
How the Population Changes
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations