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Date: 11/09/2015
Source: Population Council
Type: Publications
In Islamabad, Pakistan on 5–6 November 2015, national and provincial political leaders, political parties, and religious leaders forged a truly historic consensus on the urgency of addressing population and development issues, and notably the need for urgent attention to birth spacing and girls' education. 
Date: 11/09/2015
Source: Global Health Action
Type: Publications
In order to track progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) target of universal access to sexual and reproductive health care services, a measure (demand for family planning satisfied with modern contraceptive methods) and a benchmark (at least 75% by 2030 in all countries) have been recommended. This study aimed to assess the prospects of reaching the benchmark at the country...
Date: 11/07/2015
Source: The Lancet
Type: Publications
A new innovative financing mechanism for maternal and child health promises to raise billions of dollars but exactly how it will do so remains unclear. 
Date: 11/04/2015
Source: Guttmacher Institute
Type: Case Studies
New Study Estimates 1.25 Million Abortions Occurred in 2012, Up from 610,000 in 1996 Though permitted only when necessary to save a woman’s life, induced abortion is common in Nigeria. A new study, “The incidence of abortion in Nigeria,” conducted by researchers at the Guttmacher Institute and the University of Ibadan, finds that 1.25 million abortions were performed in the country in 2012,...
Date: 11/01/2015
Source: The Evidence Project
Type: Publications
The human rights dimensions of family planning programs have been recognized for nearly half a century and affirmed in numerous declarations, conventions, and treaties endorsed by governments and the international community. While discourse about respecting, protecting, and fulfilling these rights is growing, a gap persists between human rights rhetoric and integrating rights in family planning...
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