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Date: 07/29/2015
Source: WHO
Type: Publications
WHO’s new guideline help to ensure equitable access to health-care Around 22 million unsafe abortions are estimated to take place worldwide each year, almost all in low- and middle-income countries. Adolescent girls and those who are poor, unmarried, less educated, and who live in rural contexts are particularly at risk of unsafe abortion. Even though safe, simple, effective primary health-care...
Date: 07/29/2015
Source: FP2020
Type: Newsletters
Highlight: At Three-year Mark, FP2020 Progress Means Rights and Empowerment July 11 marked the third anniversary of the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning and the creation of Family Planning 2020 (FP2020). To commemorate this milestone, FP2020 launched a special 10-day blog series celebrating the longstanding dedication of our global partners in promoting principles of rights and empowerment...
Date: 07/29/2015
Source: Guttmacher Institute
Type: Data
In Kenya, Women Treated Well by Their Family Planning Provider Are More Likely to Use Modern Methods According to “Quality of Care and Contraceptive Use in Urban Kenya,” by Katherine Tumlinson, formerly of the Carolina Population Center, et al., providers’ interactions with family planning clients may play an important role in whether those clients adopt or continue contraceptive use. Of the...
Date: 07/29/2015
Source: Guttmacher Institute
Type: Data
n Malawi, Women’s Fear of Abandonment May Outweigh Desire for Pregnancy Prevention In “Sexual Pleasure, Partner Dynamics and Contraceptive Use in Malawi,” by Neetu A. John, of Johns Hopkins University, et al., focus group discussions with married men and married women indicate that whether they adopt a contraceptive method, which one they choose and whether they continue using it are all affected...
Date: 07/29/2015
Source: PMA2020
Type: Data
PMA2015/Uganda announced results from the second round of data collection at a national dissemination workshop in Kampala, held on July 22, 2015. The results show promise for continued uptake of family planning and growing use of highly effective, long-acting contraceptive methods.  This two-page brief highlights preliminary results of key family planning indicators on access, equity, quality,...
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