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Date: 07/14/2019
Source: Devex
Type: FP2020 in the Media
A new campaign championing the benefits of combining family planning and conservation action — two sectors that have not seen eye to eye in the past — has been endorsed by more than 150 groups from both sides. The Thriving Together campaign, officially launched Thursday to mark World Population Day, aims to drive support for the idea that improving access to family planning is not only good for...
Date: 07/11/2019
Source: FP2020
Type: Press Releases
The Thriving Together campaign recognizes that family planning is critically important not only for women and girls but also for the environment Today, FP2020 joins over 150 other leading environmental and reproductive health organizations to pledge support for a first-of-its-kind campaign: Thriving Together. Organizations that have signed up to the Thriving Together campaign form a diverse...
Date: 04/10/2019
Source: Nepal's National Conference on Family Planning
Type: Updates
Internalizing the contributions of family planning for overall national development, several commitments have been declared. Conducting social mapping to identify the community who do not have access for family planning services and assessing the geographical remoteness to expand the services for targeted beneficiaries through innovative approaches. Assuring the sexual and reporudctive health...
Date: 02/26/2019
Source: Christian Science Monitor
Type: In the News
Note: MS ladies are trained health extension workers. Nigeria committed to task shifting to FP2020 and through their Family Planning Blueprint for 2014–2018, which included a roadmap for training Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWs) on implants insertion/removal. The Rapid Response Mechanism supported the process through two grants. Three times a week, Aishatu Abdullahi slips on a flowy...
Date: 03/26/2018
Source: Nepali Times
Type: FP2020 in the Media
Sita Yonjan, 21, has a two-year-old daughter, and recently stopped using contraceptives even though she is not planning to have another child. She says she doesn’t need her birth control implant anymore because her husband went away to work in Qatar two months ago. Yonjan visited a health post in Rayale village of Kavre to remove the birth control implant that she had inserted last year. The tiny...
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