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Collecting information on family planning and reproductive health on the African continent
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Public-Private Partnerships Week: New Cisco Alliance Kicks off Partnership Week

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Public-Private Partnerships Week: New Cisco Alliance Kicks off Partnership Week (Public-Private Partnerships Week: New Cisco Alliance Kicks off Partnership Week http://t.co/16RRkvHR...
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Investing in family planning 'improves development prospects' - Voxy

Investing in family planning 'improves development prospects' - Voxy | SubSaharan Africa women and health | Scoop.it
Investing in family planning 'improves development prospects'VoxyNZPPD particularly supports the assertion that if women and girls are given more control over their lives, particularly with respect to family planning, overall development prospects...
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Beth Kanter's comment, October 2, 2011 12:51 PM
This is terrific!
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UNFPA - Scaling-up Access to Long-term Family Planning Methods in Northern Ethiopia

UNFPA - Scaling-up Access to Long-term Family Planning Methods in Northern Ethiopia | SubSaharan Africa women and health | Scoop.it
Scaling-up Access to Long-term Family Planning Methods in Northern Ethiopia - 20 September 2011 http://t.co/1Yur2yWV...
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SENEGAL: “Small Revolution” in Family Planning | 2011 ...

SENEGAL: “Small Revolution” in Family Planning | 2011 ... | SubSaharan Africa women and health | Scoop.it
An article in IRIN describes a “small revolution” in family planning taking place in Senegal due to support from government and local leaders. As a result, families are utilizing long-term family planning solutions, and the ...
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New Book Examines Links Between Urban Environments and Women’s Health | Penn News

New Book Examines Links Between Urban Environments and Women’s Health | Penn News | SubSaharan Africa women and health | Scoop.it
RT @UofPenn: New Book Examines Links Between Urban Environments and Women’s Health http://t.co/yR7ixCC7...
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Rs 31/day enough for family of 5: Plan panel - Hindustan Times

Rs 31/day enough for family of 5: Plan panel - Hindustan Times | SubSaharan Africa women and health | Scoop.it
Is a daily expenditure of Rs 31 enough to sustain a family of five in a city like Delhi and Mumbai? Country's top-most planning body, Planning Commission, says yes. Bhadra Sinha reports. (RT @shekharkapur: Family of 5 ok 2 live on Rs 30 a day?
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