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Date: 03/06/2017
Source: Manila Bulletin
Type: In the News
The Philippine population might explode to 113,798,224 by 2022 from its current count at 104 million today (2017), according to the reports of the Commission on Population (POPCOM). “Mothers dying during childbirth may also rise by an additional 1,000 deaths a year during the next six years,” POPCOM said. The POPCOM said these will be the “first of the many adverse effects of derailing the full...
Date: 03/06/2017
Source: Daily Monitor
Type: In the News
A new East African Legislative Assembly Bill is seeking to introduce contraceptives for children in member states; days after the Ministry of Health disowned a policy proposing the same for children aged 10 to 19 years in Uganda. Once passed into a law, the Bill dubbed the “EAC Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), Bill 2017,” will bind the East African Community member states to provide...
Date: 03/03/2017
Source: Business Ghana
Type: In the News
Afrikids-Ghana, the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Ghana Health Service (GHS), are collaborating to embark on adolescent health and reproductive rights promotion in the Binduri District in the Upper East Region. The move is aimed at educating the youth on their health rights and to drum home the need to access free and open basic health care. The three bodies would establish free...
Date: 03/03/2017
Source: Mali Actu
Type: In the News
L’Unicef, en collaboration avec la Banque mondiale et le gouvernement du Mali a  organisé  lundi et mardi, un atelier sur le Projet renforcement de la santé de la reproduction et de la planification. La rencontre s’est déroulée à l’hôtel Radisson Blu de Bamako. L’objectif de cet atelier dénommé « foire des bonnes pratiques » était de présenter les résultats du Projet d’accroissement de la...
Date: 03/03/2017
Source: BBC News
Type: In the News
On his first day as American president, Donald Trump signed a ban on US government money going to international groups that perform or even provide information on abortions. Many global charities are worried this order will hit healthcare for women, particularly in poor and developing countries. The BBC’s Yogita Limaye reports from Nepal, a nation that depends heavily on international aid.
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