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August 2018 News Review

Access to Contraception Guaranteeing accessing Contraceptive Commodities – condoms, implants, IUDs, or pills – is a complicated task with many variables. Funding, administrative approvals, supply chain management, provider and end-user training and counselling, communication...

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...

May 2018 Monthly News Review

Online newsletter version available at: https://conta.cc/2Kt9OyD Anniversaries Good and Bad May marked the 50th anniversary of the declaration at the 1968 International Conference on Human Rights that “Family planning is a human right!”. Amid calls...

April 2018 Monthly News Review

See full newsletter on the web: https://conta.cc/2Klz8WI Momentum and Roadblocks in Family Planning Access Achieving access to Family Planning, Contraception and Safe Abortion services requires work on all levels – academic, governmental, local, social; in...

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 – 26 January 2018

Research and Reference Engaging Men and Boys in Family Planning: A Strategic Planning Guide, Family Planning HIP, 25 Jan 2018 Integrating Family Planning Into Postpartum Care: Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, MHTF, 25 Jan 2018 Quasi-experimental...

News Review – 22 December 2017

Contraception Communication Trained and sensitized health care workers are essential to providing contraception to satisfy the needs of their various constituents. An interesting study in Global Health: Science and Practice looked at post-abortion contraception...

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