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Declining proceeds from traditional agricultural exports have prompted poor countries to seek alternative exports in order to reduce the risks to incomes of the majority of the population who rely on the production of such exports. The poor countries have thus dedicated efforts towards "non-...

A Bill that seeks to legalize commercial surrogate motherhood focuses more on protecting private-sector interests than on providing a regulatory mechanism. The Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill and Rules, (2008), did not involve at any stage women's groups or public health...

The objective of LACREG is to allow Canadian and Latin American and Caribbean researchers to collaborate together on development issues of mutual concern and to learn more about each other. This second LACREG evaluation examines if and how LACREG is allowing researchers and students to meet...