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Date: 09/11/2017
Source: The Challenge Initiative
TCI Toolkit to Provide Access to Proven Best Practices for Family Planning Interventions | The Challenge Initiative
Date: 09/11/2017
Source: Family Planning Voices
Type: In the News
Family Planning Voices recently profiled three of the Initiative's hub leaders:  Therese Maye Diouf BA, Director, The Challenge Initiative (TCI), West Africa Francophone Hub, IntraHealth International Sanjay Pandey, Senior Director of Programs, Acting Chief of Party, The Challenge Initiative for Healthy Cities, PSI India Mukesh Sharma, Director of Programs, The Challenge Initiative for Healthy...
Date: 09/05/2017
Source: Partners in Population and Development (PPD)
Type: In the News
Mr. Nadda is Congratulated for the Launch of New Contraceptives. September 5,  Dhaka: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the Government of India has launched two new contraceptives, injectable contraceptive Medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA)  named as ‘Antara’ and  a contraceptive pill, ‘Chhaya’,   in the public health system to expand the basket of contraceptive choices to address the...
Date: 06/27/2017
Source: Nihi Sharma, Hindustan Times
Type: In the News
DEHRADUN: Uttarakhand, like its neighbouring Himachal Pradesh, has reported a decline in adoption of family planning measures, says the latest report of the National Family Health Survey-4. Health authorities are concerned over failure to popularise contraception methods aimed at controlling population. Uttarakhand director general (health) DS Rawat accepted that the department had put family...
Date: 06/23/2017
Source: The Times of India
Type: In the News
PUNE: Injectable contraceptive, which was within the reach of affluent few till recently, will soon be made available for the underprivileged at public hospitals for free. The state government has received 80,000 injectable contraceptive doses through the Union government under its National Family Welfare Programme. It will be made available at government-run medical colleges attached hospitals,...
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