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Family planning, the African situation and the Bill Gates perspective

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th July 2016 11:15 PM

In the New Vision tomorrow, Catherine Mwesigwa Kizza brings you clear insight on new approaches to family planning that are putting a smile on Kenyan faces, from the innovations in Kenya’s Kangemi informal settlement near Nairobi to the joint offer of voluntary counselling and testing for HIV, cervical cancer screening and chyrotherapy by Kenyan medical practitioners.

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Emmah Kariuki inserts an implant in a client at an outreach in Kangemi Kenya.

In the New Vision tomorrow, Catherine Mwesigwa Kizza brings you clear insight on new approaches to family planning that are putting a smile on Kenyan faces, from the innovations in Kenya’s Kangemi informal settlement near Nairobi to the joint offer of voluntary counselling and testing for HIV, cervical cancer screening and chyrotherapy by Kenyan medical practitioners.

In a world of increased rates of population growth, one of a series of options to keep nations healthy and manageable still lies in family planning.

In the New Vision tomorrow, Catherine Mwesigwa Kizza brings you clear insight on new approaches to family planning that are putting a smile on Kenyan faces, from the innovations in Kenya’s Kangemi informal settlement near Nairobi to the joint offer of voluntary counselling and testing for HIV, cervical cancer screening and chyrotherapy by Kenyan medical practitioners.

Find out how a community outreach programme in the area is giving hope to thousands of cli Family planning, the African situation and the Bill Gates perspectiveents.

We also bring you hints on how family planning ups productivity of women in the labour force, from the experts’ point of view.

The wealthy man’s opinion

In the same story, get a brief on what Bill Gates, the world’s richest man at the moment has to say about the trends in family planning and how his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is reaching some of Africa’s poor communities with Marie Stopes Kenya, Pharm Access Africa Ltd and Kenya’s National Council on Population and Development and John Hopkins University Centre for Communications Programs.

We top this up with informative perspectives from Dr Cleopa Mailu, Kenya’s cabinet secretary for Health, Dr. Babatunde Osomentime the UNFPA Executive Director and more that you shouldn’t miss reading.

In your copy of the Leading Daily tomorrow, do not miss this story of a community initiative that has united youth mobilisers, women and church leaders for a common cause.

 

 

 

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