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New advocacy resources to increase contraceptive…

PATH is pleased to launch the Advocacy Pack for Subcutaneous DMPA, a comprehensive suite of evidence-based tools that advocates...

Ouagadougou Partnership Donors expected in Niger,…

Dakar, May 16, 2017 – A high level delegation representing the Ouagadougou Partnership (OP) Donors will visit Niger (May...

Atelier sur la santé sexuelle et…

Un atelier technique sur la santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescents et des jeunes de la région Afrique de...

Pfizer Inc., the Bill & Melinda…

NEW YORK, NY, May 8, 2017 – Pfizer Inc., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Children’s Investment...

In search of well-being

Safe abortion, permitted to some extent in most countries around the world, remains restrictive in the majority of these...

Q&A: UNFPA West Africa director on…

Family planning in West Africa has increased in popularity in recent years, as local religious leaders, community groups and...

Canada is joining the Ouagadougou Partnership

Press release Dakar, March 10th 2017 On International Women’s Day, the Canadian Government, through its Minister of International Development...

She Decides Conference: Messages from the…

Messages from the Ouagadougou Partnership “West African countries have some of the lowest contraceptive prevalence rates in the world,...

WHO releases new fact sheets on…

16 December 2016: About 21 million 15-19 year old girls in developing countries become pregnant every year, and nearly...

Family planning for ‘healthier, wealthier’ Africa:…

Family planning helps people in Africa to be healthier and wealthier, as women without contraceptives become locked in “a...

Young People in West Africa Are…

The designation of “youth ambassador” may have started as a simple title, but as I witnessed at the Civil...

African presidents urge investment in youth…

Presidents, ministers, and United Nations and World Bank officials met at UN Headquarters in New York to strengthen their...