Family Planning

Better Access to HIV Services and Family Planning through Integration


June 22, 2015

HIV FP Integration in Liberia | June 2015 | Patience Flomo of the Afro-Medical Community Health and Welfare Service (ACHWS) in Monrovia shares the story of Jackie, an HIV-positive Liberian woman who is being helped to manage her HIV and avoid unintended pregnancies through the integration of HIV and family…

by Kathy Erb

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Christian Hospital in Pakistan Integrates Family Planning with Immunization and Encourages Healthy Birth Spacing


December 22, 2014

Hospital Integrates Family Planning with Immunization and Encourages Healthy Birth Spacing Involving men in healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies can be difficult in any society. In a male dominated society, such as Pakistan, it can be especially challenging. In order to educate men about family planning indirectly,...

by Kathy Erb

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Baptist Organization Integrates Family Planning Services with Cancer Screening


December 22, 2014

If Mardea* had not had the convenience of cancer screening and family planning services available in her rural community in Cameroon, her story is likely to be very different. Fortunately, Mardea’s cancer was detected during screening at a mobile clinic operated by Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services (CBCHS) Women’s Health...

by Kathy Erb

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Religious Leaders as Family Planning Advocates in Uganda


March 22, 2014

Hearing a positive message about contraception from a religious leader may be surprising, but according to Dr. Tonny Tumwesigye of the Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau (UPMB), it should not be. “Biblically speaking, family planning is supported because it helps provide life in its fullest,” said Dr. Tumwesigye, who serves as executive...

by Kathy Erb

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