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News Review – 11 August 2017

Context in foreign assistance Access and delivery of family planning services depend on many factors. This week saw a number of discussions and research reports about the effects of cultural sensitivity and technology appropriateness...

News Review – 4 August 2017

Good work, but much more to do New Guttmacher Institute research “estimates that the number of women of reproductive age in developing regions worldwide who have an unmet need for contraception… has improved but...

News Review – 28 July 2017

US Family Planning Policy and Funding The end of the week saw the defeat of the Republican Party’s attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). For the moment, that eliminates the threat to...

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 – 9 June 2017

The family planning and reproductive health world mourned the unexpected death of UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, who called himself an ‘Honorary Woman’ and  insisted that “family planning is not a privilege but...

News Review – 3 March 2017

The “She Decides” conference and its success in raising €181 million to counter the Trump Gag Rule dominated the week’s news. In addition to previous announcements, Canada stepped up with a $20 million pledge....

News Review – 17 February 2017

General UK to host summit seeking extra funds for family planning, The Guardian, 16 Feb 2017 Q&A: A systems view saves more lives, says new Pathfinder CEO Lois Quam, Devex, 16 Feb 2017 Global...

News Review – 20 January 2017

Weekly News Roundup – 20 Jan 2017 General AEI Public Opinion Study: Attitudes about abortion 2017, AEI, 19 Jan 2017 Nikki Haley’s test at the UN: Is access to abortion a human right?, McClatchey,...

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