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Recently, 365 Senegalese women received family planning counseling and contraceptives, including 288 first-time users, through events sponsored by the Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health/Family Planning/Malaria Project. The week’s activities, held in two Senegalese districts, included radio broadcasts, community forums and plays, and “Open Door Days” at several health centers and posts to educate people about the availability and range of contraceptive methods, their potential health benefits, and the role of family planning in Islam.
The Senegal Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health/Family Planning/Malaria Project is funded by USAID and led by IntraHealth International.