HP+ highlighted the contributions it had made to the Family Planning
2020 agenda by working with the government to strengthen population stewardship, engage the private sector for quality family planning
services, strengthen policy advocacy and foster media engagement in family planning
To ensure that the people are provided accurate guidance about reproductive health, the family planning
director said that they have worked on increasing the number of family welfare centres across the province from 422 to 632.
Key words: Family planning
, contraceptives, knowledge.
87% of the total respondents had knowledge about family planning
as compared to 13% who were not aware about family planning
EO 12 also directed government agencies to locate couples with unmet family planning
needs, mobilize agencies up to the village level and partner with civil society in intensifying the drive.
Importantly, although not the main target of these recent congressional attacks, the Title X national family planning
program has been negatively affected.
Social franchising is expected to make family planning
more efficient and equitable, increase coverage and reach, and reduce operational burden on the government.
Greater use of family planning
would facilitate more participation by women in economic activity and in civil society, which could improve environmental outcomes locally and globally.
Dr Yasmin Qazi, Senior Country Advisor for Population Program and David and Lucile Packard Foundation briefed the audience about the role of demand side financing in poor area for improving uptake of family planning
Most men who needed family planning
had access to health care, but fewer than 19 percent surveyed said they had gotten family planning
To describe male client attendance at service sites funded under the National Title X Family Planning
Program, CDC and OPA analyzed data from the 2003-2014 FPAR.
It was recently brought to our attention that the comment "Achieving the Goal of the London Summit on Family Planning
by Adhering to Voluntary, Rights-Based Family Planning
: What Can We Learn from Past Experiences with Coercion?