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Low family planning unmet need? Have we tried...

Globally, women would both trust and welcome a more active role in family planning by their male spouses.

Self-injection: A revolution in family planning...

Self-injection of contraception could further revolutionize women’s ability to manage their health

Family Planning: Lessons from Kenya's success...

Kenya surpassed its modern contraceptive prevalence rate target of 56% and achieved 58%.

Family planning, the African situation and...

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,...

Progress on family planning: Are we where...

“If young people communicate in confidentiality about their reproductive health and get the answers, they respond."

70% women using contraceptives without husbands'...

About 43% of births in the country are unplanned for

Family planning not for Muslims - Turkey...

"I will say it clearly... We need to increase the number of our descendants."

Why young people shun family planning

"Young people keep away from services because of “lectures from adults”, long distances to services and myths and misconceptions."

Men in Busoga opting for permanent birth-control...

Females in the region have also widely opted for tubal ligation. Health ministry has equipped clinical officers with surgery skills.

Children born in small families live longer...

Family planning has real health benefits on individuals and not only a way of moderating population growth and minimize pressure on resource strapped nations...

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