News

News
Filter
FP2020 Newsletters
FP2020 in the Media
In the News
Press Releases
Updates
Advocacy & Awareness
Beyond 2020
Contraceptive Security
ECHO Study
FP in Humanitarian Settings
Financing
Innovation
Policy and Enabling Environment
Rights
Service Delivery & Quality
Young People
Commitment Maker
Country
Commitment Maker
Country
Date: 07/17/2019
Source: Business Recorder
Type: In the News
After the independence of Pakistan, it has been noted that the decades of 1950, 60s and much of 70s can be regarded as spearheading towards global initiatives for eradication of diseases like malaria, small pox etc. However, the Alma Ata Conference on primary healthcare in 1978 marked the beginning of worldwide efforts on prevention and primary healthcare. These efforts got further impetus with...
Date: 07/17/2019
Source: IntraHealth International
Type: In the News
Here’s how the country could overcome them by 2020. The Ouagadougou Partnership is nearing the end of its 2015-2020 acceleration phase. This alliance of nine West African countries set an ambitious goal to reach 2.2 million new women and girls with modern contraceptives during those five years. So far, they’ve reached over 1.8 million. Their success now hinges on maintaining the momentum they’ve...
Date: 07/09/2019
Source: Daily Monitor
Type: In the News
Government has indicated the country is on course to meet the family planning 2020 commitments aimed at increasing the uptake of contraceptive use in the country as a tool to control the rapid population growth by next year. Initially made in 2012, the commitments were revised two years back to reduce the unmet need for family planning to 10 per cent and increase the modern contraceptive...
Date: 06/26/2019
Source: FIGO
Type: In the News
FIGO’s Postpartum Intrauterine Device (PPIUD) Project has been running in Nepal since 2015 in association with the Nepal Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (NESOG).The initiative trains healthcare providers in postpartum family planning counselling and the insertion of postpartum intrauterine devices (PPIUD). On a recent trip, we spoke to local women who have been counselled as part of...
Date: 06/19/2019
Source: Pulse Nigeria
Type: In the News
The Galadima of Muri, Alhaji Abba Tukur on Sunday advocated for a law to make secondary education a mandatory requirement for marriage in Nigeria. Tukur made the call in Jalingo when officials of the State Universal Basic Education Board and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) led 100 youths they trained on “Safe and Quality Education for Every Child” to his palace on a courtesy visit....
Can we help you find something?
Advocacy & Awareness
Beyond 2020
Contraceptive Security
ECHO Study
FP in Humanitarian Settings
Financing
Innovation
Policy and Enabling Environment
Rights
Service Delivery & Quality
Young People
Commitment Maker
Country
Commitment Maker
Country