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Date: 07/27/2017
Source: Female Health Company
Type: In the News
For us at the Female Health Company it is a given; the best way to protect yourself is with dual protection. The FC2 Female Condom combines it all in one package: HIV prevention, a barrier against STIs, and protection against unplanned pregnancies. So perhaps that is why it comes as an unpleasant surprise to us that at conferences and at meetings with donors, time and time again we notice the...
Date: 07/11/2017
Source: Twinings
Type: Updates
Twinings is extremely pleased to announce that it commits to expand its programme to raise women’s health, particularly concerning reproductive health and family planning, from 6,000 tea workers and farmers to an additional 40,000 women in its supply chain in Kenya by 2020, in support of Family Planning 2020. Twinings aims to improve the quality of lives of people in tea communities where it...
Date: 06/23/2017
Source: The New Dawn Liberia
Type: In the News
Stakeholders at a two-day Maternal and Newborn Health Conference in Grand Bassa County have pledged to collectively intensify their efforts to address the major causes of maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality as well as improve the health and wellbeing of the Grand Bassa people. Conference participants were unanimous in their declaration that there should be No Home Delivery. The over 150...
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,...
Date: 05/10/2017
Source: The Star
Type: In the News
Kenyan women will benefit from another reduction in the cost of the widely used injectable contraceptive, Sayana Press. It will now cost Sh85 per dose ($0.85), a reduction from the previous price of Sh100 ($1) per dose. The announcement was made by the manufacturers, Pfizer Inc., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation in a telebriefing with...
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