Kenya is taking steps to address its health workforce shortage and the gender imbalance in contraceptive availability and use.
Social media is a powerful tool for engaging youth. But in Burkina Faso, young family planning advocates realize it can't be the only tool.
Don’t answer that. We’re just happy you’re celebrating.
When it comes to who’s using contraception, we aren’t even close to 50-50.
Elle reports on the progress Senegal has made increasing the use of contraceptives—and the pioneers making it happen.
A new partnership expands access to high-quality vasectomy services.
The U.S. contribution to family planning programs represents less than one cheeseburger per American per year. We can do better.
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
What future awaits girls beyond today's war, disease, and inequality?
Does family planning need a language makeover?