That is the response of a former executive director of the Family Planning Association, George Griffith, to the suggestion by chairman of the National Assistance Board, Rev. Dr David Durant, that Government might have to start giving a monetary incentive to married couples to encourage the women to have more children.
Griffith called on Durant to apologise to all women in Barbados.
“Let the women decide. If a woman decides to have 12 children, we must do all we can to help her raise those 12 children the best way possible,” Griffith said. (HLE)
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