social well-being

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A situation where income levels are high enough to cover basic needs, where there is no poverty, and where there is easy access to social, medical, and educational services. To achieve this in developing countries, El-Ghannau and Ragab (2002) Perspec. Glob. Dev. 1, 1 conclude that population growth must slow down.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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