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Good Reads on the Global Family Planning Summit

This week I read several great reviews of the July 11 Family Planning Summit. Some great reads: 1. The Morning After – An Initial Assessment of the London Family Planning Summit: With a title like that, one has to expect a … Continue reading

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Highs and Lows at The London Family Planning Summit:

Starting at 2p.m. last afternoon, I watched a live streaming of the London Family Planning Summit from Bangalore, India. On Twitter, several international organizations and individual tweeters joined in to comment on the announcements. There were many reasons to cheer, … Continue reading

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Right On Time for the Summit – Facts on Family Planning:

The Guttmacher Institute has published a report that summarizes the costs and benefits of making modern contraception more accessible in the developing world. The numbers the Institute tweeted this morning were astounding: There are 222 million women with little or … Continue reading

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Why We Cannot Shy Away From Safe Abortions

On World Population Day this 11th July, world leaders will come together in London to discuss the unmet need for family planning (funding, delivery and monitoring) at a global summit hosted by the UK government and the Bill and Melinda … Continue reading

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