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Midwife Tembi Mugore answers four questions about bias, shame, and what it takes to overcome them in health services for young people.
A month-by-month guide to the moments that captivated us most throughout the year.
In the struggle to end poverty, new ideas and powerful new voices are rising up, demanding change. And it's working.
In Niger, talking about sex and contraceptives isn’t always easy. But little by little, things are changing.
What have we achieved on the road to making universal access to family planning a reality? And what's next?
Contraception, sex ed, fistula, female genital mutilation—this group tackles them all.
By 2100, the world’s population will rise to 11 billion. But that doesn’t mean family planning investments aren’t working.
In Geita region, Tanzania, Deus Bahame is spreading the facts.
Let’s not let another second, day, or year go by where we fail to address the demand for family planning in Tanzania.