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April 2019 News Review

Burkina Faso Avortements et grossesses non-désirées – L’autre regard des leaders communautaires, Sidwaya, 18 Apr 2019 Grossesses précoces en milieu scolaire: Un « mal persistant » dans le Centre-Nord, Ouaga.com, 4 Apr 2019 Cameroon...

March 2018 Monthly News Review

Education and Male Involvement in Family Planning The first step towards effective family planning is comprehensive sex education so that girls and boys, women and men, are able to make informed decisions. A family...

News Review – 17 November 2017

#ThanksBirthControl Day There is so much for which to thank birth control, which came out in articles and social media on November 15. A study by the University of Michigan Institute of Healthcare Policy...

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 – 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 – 12 May 2017

A week of important numbers. Guttmacher released an encapsulation of what US international family planning assistance does and how it could be damaged by the Trump administration’s proposals: “In FY 2017, $607.5 million made...

News Review – 28 April 2017

The top research story of the week is a new Lancet study that concludes a $1 drug that has been around a long time – the blood-clotting aid tranexamic acid (TXA) – could save...

News Review – 24 February 2017

The week began with news of the death of the woman referred to as “Jane Roe” in the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court abortion rights case. Her transformation from a staunch abortion-rights advocate...

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