‘Unfair’ to only blame family planning
Instead, look to the wider society and then you can start pointing fingers.
While accepting that the BFPA may have a role to play in what has been described as a population crisis facing this country, honorary member of the association David “Joey” Harper, a former chairman of the Child Care Board, stoutly defended the role of the association in society.
He does not dispute the fact at all that Barbados is facing a shortage of children.
However, what he does take issue with is the BFPA being asked to apologise for its successful programmes.
His comments come on the heels of a statement made by Father Clement Paul in last week’s SUNDAY SUN that the BFPA should be apologising to Barbados for its success. (CM)
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