Written by Population Reference Bureau | Burkina Faso’s Minister of Health, Nicolas Meda, affirmed Burkina Faso’s strong financial and political commitment to improving public health through universal access to comprehensive health coverage, citing the key role of family planning and
Written by Dr. Preeti Shakya, Girls' Globe | Speaking from my own experience in Nepal, values about sexuality vary and are defined by culture and religion. One common barrier is social stigma, which discourages young people from openly discussing their
Written by Dayna Kerecman Myers, Managing Editor, Global Health NOW | The delegates assembled for the 5th International Conference on Family Planning are more than just advocates of family planning, Gates Institute Director Jose “Oying” Rimon II said in his opening remarks.
Written by the Kenya Adolescent and Youth Sexual Reproductive Network | The KAYSRHR organized the #ICFPYouthRelay to highlight the role of youth in the process of holding their governments accountable and share young people’s stories and perspectives. Support the Relay
Written by Marcy Hersh, Senior Manager for Humanitarian Advocacy, Women Deliver | After working with refugees from Burundi, Sudan, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, I’ve witnessed how girls and women with the ability to control and manage their fertility could build
Written by The Editorial Team, IntraHealth International | In the struggle to end poverty, new ideas and powerful new voices are rising up, demanding change. And it's working.
By Suzanne Ehlers, PAI and Tamara Kreinin, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation | The case for investing in sexual and reproductive health—especially modern contraception—has always been simple: If women and girls can choose if and when to become pregnant,
Written by Olive Uwamariya, CARE | This is the fourth and final blog in a series sharing personal family planning stories from around the world – presented by CARE and Girls’ Globe in the lead up to the 2018 International