Cheick Oumar Touré
Chief technical officer (interim)
We are committed to helping countries provide the family planning and reproductive health services their communities need. And we know that health workers are one of the keys to making this happen.
From helping couples space or limit pregnancies to helping adolescents plan their futures, health workers have the power to provide a full range of services for clients at any stage of their reproductive lives. Right now, there are more than 218 million women worldwide who want to avoid pregnancy, but aren’t using effective methods of contraception to prevent it. Together, we we’re working to change that.