Latest Family planning Stories
Teens who received free contraception and were educated about the pros and cons of various birth control methods were dramatically less likely to get pregnant, give birth or get an abortion compared with other sexually active teens
Sayana Press to be offered commercially on the African continent to help women access effective, safe, affordable and quality contraceptive products to assist with their reproductive health and
2013 Contraceptive Social Marketing Statistics Report Details Sales of 85 Social Marketing Organizations around the World Washington, D.C.
DKT Pakistan launches DHANAK, a nationwide communication program, to help train family planning and reproductive health providers on positive benefits of family planning services and their effectiveness.
The Population Council, an international organization that conducts research to address critical health and development issues, will present findings from more than 40 studies at the International Conference on Family Planning in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (November 12-15, 2013).
Today, the United Nations Foundation and Planned Parenthood Federation of America are honoring the life and legacy of the late Senator Frank Lautenberg with the third annual International Family
Researchers at the Stanford Graduate School of Business included the natural family planning method CycleBeads® in a series of case studies developed to explore the challenges of commercializing
Cycle Technologies, distributor of the unique family planning method CycleBeads®, recently released new survey results that asked women if they used CycleBeads to plan or prevent pregnancy.
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