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Organizations relating to Growth

International Infertility Counseling Organization / Minneapolis MN, USA
European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology / Grimbergen, Belgium / Est. 1985
International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction / London, UK
Asociación Latinoamericana de Investigadores en Reproducción Humana / Campinas, Brazil
International Society for the Study of Trophoblastic Disease / Nijmegen, Netherlands / Est. 1982
International Society for IGF Research
International Academy of Human Reproduction / Kiel, Germany / Est. 1974
International Community of Breeders of Asexually Reproduced Ornamental and Fruit Varieties / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 1961
Association for Gnotobiotics / Est. 1961
Growth Hormone Research Society / Aarhus, Denmark / Est. 1992
Nordic Fertility Society / Hvidovre, Denmark / Est. 1999
Arab Society for Plant Nutrition and Fertilization
European FASD Alliance / Landskrona, Sweden / Est. 2011
Groupe Interafricain d'Etudes, de Recherches et d'Application sur la Fertilité
International Plant Growth Substances Association / Est. 1970
International Society for In Vitro Fertilization / Montréal QC, Canada
Pontifical Academy of the Immaculate Conception / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1835
International Consumer Support for Infertility Community / Silverwater NSW, Australia / Est. 1999
World Organization - Ovulation Method - Billings / Melbourne VIC, Australia / Est. 1977
International NetCord Foundation / Est. 1997
DONA International / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1992
Asian Growth Research Institute / Kitakyushu, Japan / Est. 1989
Margaret Sanger Center International / New York NY, USA
Asian Center for Population and Community Development / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 1978
Centre international de recherches médicales de Franceville / Franceville, Gabon / Est. 1979
Placenta Association of the Americas / Cincinnati OH, USA / Est. 2000
Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth / Lynnwood WA, USA
Latin American Federation of Fertility and Sterility Societies
Ibero-American Animal Reproduction Association / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1992
Association internationale contre l'exploitation des foetus humains
European Growth Federation / Murcia, Spain / Est. 1989
European Spinal Deformities Society / Est. 1982
Nordisk Reproduksjonsråd
Standing Committee for the International Embryological Conference / Est. 1954
African Centre for Fertilizer Development / Harare, Zimbabwe / Est. 1987
Association internationale de natalité et de conception
International Federation of Infertility Patient Associations / Est. 1993
International Institute of Embryology / Est. 1911
IUPS Commission on Endocrine, Reproduction and Development / Adelaide SA, Australia / Est. 2002
International Caesarean Awareness Network / Redondo Beach CA, USA / Est. 1982
Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction / Omaha NE, USA / Est. 1985
World Growth / Arlington VA, USA
Conference on Human Tumor Cloning / Tucson AZ, USA
International Conference on Lymphatic Tissues and Germinal Centres in Immune Reactions
World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility / Tel Aviv, Israel
International Conference on Reproduction, Pregnancy and Rheumatic Diseases
Permanent Commission of European Inseminator Technicians / Est. 1982
International Growth Federation
International Committee on Veterinary Embryological Nomenclature / Est. 1965
International Institute for Symbiotic Studies

View all profiles (138 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Growth

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unsustainable short-term improvements in agricultural productivity
Foetal alcohol syndrome
Gender abortions
Artificial insemination
Demographic fatigue
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Illegitimate children
Inhuman conception by homosexual parents
Irreversible environmental trends
Genetic discrimination
Soil infertility
Unlimited practice of human embryo storage
Still-birth
Male sterility
Birth injuries
Haemolytic disease of the newborn
Induced abortion
Natural human abortion
Inhibited growth of malnourished children
Denial of the right to procreate
Deliberate unbalancing of sex ratio of births
Excessive human body hair
Destruction of land productivity
Uncontrolled physical expansion of cities
Declining birth rate

Action Strategies relating to Growth

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting peaceful use of nuclear energy
Expanding productive employment
Shifting from materials-intensive growth in developed countries
Reducing population growth
Achieving growth with less energy, materials and harmful wastes
Designing community growth plan
Developing sustainable population policy
Disseminating information on sustainable development
Cloning cell lines
Using technology for development
Delineating frame of personal growth
Documenting population trends
Broadening understanding of human development
Maintaining futuric developments in exchange markets
Integrating sources of plant nutrients to sustain soil fertility
Improving working environment
Speeding-up international growth of economic output
Respecting sexual immaturity
Treating human infertility
Disposing of aborted foetuses and miscarried babies
Cloning humans
Providing public information and education on reproduction and health
Creating male infertility
Researching causes of human sterility
Restricting growth in employment in manufacturing industries

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