Family Planning in Africa

Leading with Evidence: The Case for Greater Private Sector Engagement in Family Planning

By Christina Riley, Research Officer at Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University Globally, we are at a critical juncture for meeting the FP2020 goals, well past the halfway mark and edging closer to the deadline. As we work to get contraceptives into the hands of 120 million women and girls by 2020—and meet the Sustainable Development

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PSI and Partners Take On Social Norms in DRC

By Aubrey Weber, FHI 360 Instances of early pregnancy, gender-based and intimate partner violence, and child marriage are an unfortunate reality for millions of women. In many settings, sustained improvements in family planning and sexual and reproductive health will only be obtained by addressing the social norms—unspoken rules that govern behavior—that inhibit family planning access

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The Business of Malaria

By Alia McKee, Kaylin Fabian and Karen Sommer Shalett Despite recent progress, the Democratic Republic of Congo remains the second most malaria-affected country in the world, with upwards of 10 million cases reported each year. Population Services International (PSI) and its partner network member Association de Santé Familiale (ASF) want to ensure that all Congolese have

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