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Date: 05/08/2017
Source: Frontier Myanmar
Type: In the News
DON’T DO that! No, I mean it. Really. A video called “Don’t do that”, which has been circulating recently on Myanmar social media attempts to shame and frighten young women with misinformation about unplanned pregnancies and abortions, is extremely damaging. The short film, sponsored by a popular domestic soft drinks company and produced by Myanmar Media 7 news, follows the story of a young woman...
Date: 05/05/2017
Source: Philippine Canadian Inquirer
Type: In the News
MANILA—House Deputy Speaker Pia Cayetano sounded the alarm on the looming possibility of untapped contraceptive supplies running out by 2020, which could endanger the health and lives of at least 13 million Filipino women. Cayetano, principal author of the Reproductive Health Law, joined in the call of women and health advocates for the lifting of the temporary restraining order (TRO) on the...
Date: 05/05/2017
Source: The Nation
Type: In the News
An NGO, Mamaye and the Lagos State Government on Friday said there was need for increased sensitisation on the importance of good maternal health and family planning (FP). The two bodies made the assertion at the “Lagos State Community Sensitisation on Maternal, Newborn, Child Health (MNCH) Activities’’ at Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Council headquarters in FESTAC Town, Lagos State. The World...
Date: 05/04/2017
Source: The Himalayan Times
Type: In the News
After bearing five children, Sunkosha Chadara of Bajura used a temporary contraceptive implant for the first time. At the suggestion of maternal infant activists, Chadara visited the health centre at her village to get a temporary implant. Similarly, Mamata Budha from the same district visited Rugin Health Post and had a Depo-Provera injection.  “It is easy to get the shot once every three months...
Date: 05/04/2017
Source: NewsDeeply
Type: In the News
THE TARPAULIN ROOF had barely been nailed down when the maternity clinic in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in northern Uganda welcomed its first patient. A woman who had fled violence in South Sudan arrived at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) temporary health center in labor. The makeshift structure was equipped and staffed to ensure a safe delivery of her baby. In many ways, it was...
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