The clinic is packed when Mama Blandina teaches women and their families about the importance of family planning and spacing births.
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IVR uses inexpensive technology to deliver powerful training.
Plenty of obstacles stand in the way of health workers who provide contraception to their clients. And personal bias is one of them.
Health workers who provide family planning services can make a big difference in their clients' lives.
Youth and data. Music and nomenclature. Culture and controversy. These top 10 pieces from the past year on VITAL run the gamut of what it takes to plan for our population’s health and future.
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In Liberia, technologists are learning to make two powerful information systems operate together, slowly revealing the story of how family planning there does—and doesn't—work.
In Senegal, the government is working to make sure family planning supplies are available when and where they’re needed. Pfizer Global Health Fellow Suzie Roy is helping to make it happen.
What happens when you put a bunch of experts and creative non-experts in a room together? Answer: Big ideas are born.