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July 2019 News Review

For full graphic version click here Two developments of note in the ongoing global discussion about reproductive rights. An interesting commentary from International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion on the publication of...

March 2019 News Review

Burkina Faso Elèves et rapports sexuels: faire ou ne pas faire, L’Observateur, 4 Mar 2019 Burundi High Impact Success Story: How Burundi Has Used HIPs To Reach More Women, FP2020/Medium, 4 Mar 2019 Cameroon...

July 2018 News Review

For full email version click here World Population Day Generates dialogue about Family Planning as a Human Right The theme of this year’s World Population Day was “Family Planning is a Human Right”, which “means...

June 2018 News Review

For full email click here Debates over Sex Education and Abortion Rights Education is the first step in providing women and girls (and men and boys) with adequate tools to manage reproductive choice. Debate...

January 2018 Monthly News Review email and Sources

For the full Monthly email, click here Academic Contraceptive Use over Five Years After Receipt Or Denial of Abortion Services, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 12 Jan 2018 Modern Contraceptive Use Increasing in...

News Review – 19 January 2018

Academic Dr. Stanley Henshaw: Reflections on Four Decades of Abortion Research, Guttmacher, 17 Jan 2018 Contraceptive Use over Five Years After Receipt Or Denial of Abortion Services, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 12...

News Review – 29 September 2017

A week of days… Contraception World Contraception Day gave a spotlight to efforts around the world to increase access, investment and understanding. The essential point: 214 million women have an unmet need for modern...

News Review – 7 July 2017

Ethiopia This week coming to you from Addis Ababa, where we are looking at the implementation of family planning curricula and service delivery. For more on CIRHT’s activities see our website and a video...

News Review – 26 May 2017

Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus Adhanom, the former foreign minister and health minister of Ethiopia, was elected to head the World Health Organization, the first African to hold the post. He immediately stated that his goal...

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