R.P. Rannan-Eliya, N. de Mel, E. Ramachandran and D. Senagama
Year of Publication – 1997
Price: US$ 25
It is well known that Sri Lanka has achieved remarkable progress in the past fifty years in the area of health and population. The rapid decline in the infant mortality rate that was achieved from 1945 onwards, coupled with other trends towards better access to basic education and greater emancipation of wormn, have led to a declining fertility rate. This in turn has led in recent years to a decline in the overall population growth rate, which is now little less than1% per year…