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How one Japanese city becomes 'the place to be a mother' | Video

With one of the world's lowest birthrates, Japan's population is declining at an alarming pace. The Shinzo Abe government is trying to reverse the trend with measures such as free public preschool education and more nurseries. Some local governments are also developing their own ideas. Michiyo Ishida visits one such city.

How one Japanese city becomes 'the place to be a mother' | Video

24 Aug 2019 12:26am
With one of the world's lowest birthrates, Japan's population is declining at an alarming pace. The Shinzo Abe government is trying to reverse the trend with measures such as free public preschool education and more nurseries. Some local governments are also developing their own ideas. Michiyo Ishida visits one such city.

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