In the nineteenth century, Europe experienced explosive growth, and it exceeded population growth by improving the economic and social conditions in which the family lives. As soon as the population explosion hit the developing countries, European countries advised them about birth control and family planning, and that the large number of children is the cause of poverty. Unemployment and hunger.
Is population growth the cause and how will it be treated? By organizing family members, or is it more important for us to improve the conditions of human life and change production relations and its climate?