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Date: 05/02/2017
Source: CNN
Type: In the News
At 22, Mudua Scovia is already a widower. She has five children and works as a farmer in Budadiri, Uganda, east Africa. "I want to look after my children," Mudua says. "But I am a woman alone, and any time a man could force me into sex and I could get pregnant." Women like Mudua, thousands of miles away from Washington and the White House, are the ones starting to feel the reverberations of US...
Date: 04/28/2017
Source: Eleven
Type: In the News
For Swam Saung Oo and his colleagues, improving the nation’s health care is the key to serving the rapidly growing nation. And to best serve that aim, Trust Oo has implemented its “7887 Healthcare Call Center” after going through a lengthy pilot stage and a one-year research programme in the UK by the founder. According to the doctor, users, who are mainly rural with limited access to adequate...
Date: 04/24/2017
Source: Health Reporters
Type: In the News
Today April 24, 2017 marks a historic moment as the Global Financing Facility (GFF) for Every Woman Every Child Investors Group unanimously approved the Civil Societies’ Engagement Strategy that will support to roll out implementation of activities that will strengthen the participation of CSOs at global, regional and country level in GFF. It took place during the 5th GFF Investors Group Meeting...
Date: 03/31/2017
Source: The Point
Type: In the News
The Gambia Family Planning recently trained over forty of its volunteers known as Community Based Distributors (CBDs) on reproductive health care delivery. The CBDs are responsible of the distribution of contraceptives and provide counseling services on reproductive health in their communities. The three-day forum held in Pakalinding LRR discussed modern contraceptive methods, prevention of...
Date: 03/22/2017
Source: The Jakarta Post
Type: In the News
Today, Indonesia stands at the cusp of an enormous opportunity: the chance to complete its transformation into a global economic powerhouse. But to ensure its rapid ascent, we encourage Indonesia to continue expanding women’s access to voluntary family planning as a national priority. Contraceptives are one of the greatest antipoverty measures in history. For evidence of this, Indonesians need...
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