Winny Wang/ Shanghai Daily news
Shanghai's family-planning association will offer professional training to
women from low-income families and consultations on family planning amid its
campaign to aid more about women.
The move directly aims to improve women¡¯s capabilities at work.
The association will also support low-income families who have only one
child, promote resources to prevent AIDS and launch more international
cooperation on women¡¯s health, said Shanghai Vice-Mayor Zuo Huancheng yesterday,
who is also the director of the city¡¯s family-planning association.
Family-planning departments will be set up in neighborhoods, companies and
markets where the migrant population gathers to better regulate the management.