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Date: 07/31/2019
Source: The Hans India
Type: In the News
Family Planning Association of India (FPA India),aleading national NGO, has launched a nationwide campaign "Youth Dialogue- A perspective on FP 2020" to create awareness on 'Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for all'. The campaign intends to mobilise the young population of India residing in various cities, towns, slums and villages and initiate conversation to understand their access to...
Date: 07/26/2019
Source: Vinoy Manning, Devex
Type: In the News
The 2019 general elections in India saw a record turnout of women — equal to the percentage of male voters — and indicating that women expect the majority government of the day to prioritize and address their needs.  One of their primary expectations is improved access to women’s sexual reproductive health and rights services. India’s public health expenditure has for long remained a paltry 1.5%...
Date: 07/25/2019
Source: Nagaland Post
Type: FP2020 in the Media, Updates
Family Planning Association of India (FPA), launched nationwide campaign “Youth Dialogue- A perspective on FP 2020” to create awareness on ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for all’.   In a press release FPA India, stated that the campaign intends to mobilize young population of India and initiate conversation to understand their access to information and services related to sexual and...
Date: 07/18/2019
Source: The Asian Age
Type: In the News
The private member’s bill, `The Population Regulation Bill, 2019’, introduced by Member of Parliament Shri Rakesh Sinha in the Rajya Sabha on July 12, 2019 calls for punitive action against people with more than two living children, including disqualification from being an elected representative, denial of financial benefits and reduction in benefits under the public distribution system. The bill...
Date: 04/10/2019
Source: India Spend
Type: FP2020 in the Media, In the News
New Delhi: India’s per capita gross domestic product (GDP) can rise an additional 13% by 2031 if family planning policies are actively prioritised, according to a new study. This can also prevent 2.9 million infant deaths and 1.2 million maternal deaths and save households Rs 77,600 crore (20%) of out-of-pocket health expenditure on childbirth and child hospitalisation, it added. Currently,...
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