Family Planning

Successes and Challenges of Family Planning Programs in Low-Income Rural and Urban Settings in Nicaragua


September 29, 2020

An interview with Dr. Ana Sandoval and Silvia Carbajal, Health Professionals from AMOS Health and Hope about how this faith-based organization works in family planning.  Dr. Ana Sandoval (below) is a general physician currently working as AMOS Health & Hope’s Urban Clinics Manager in Nicaragua. She oversees the...

by CCIH

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ICM Partners with Churches to Help Bring Family Planning to Families in Need


November 25, 2019

Nurse Mylin Rendoque is happy to help families with family planning in the Philippines and believes that it aligns closely with her Christian values. “Being a parent is a great gift from God,” she explains. “Once you become a parent, you are bestowed with responsibilities. It is your...

by Kathy Erb

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Empowering Parents to Plan Their Families and Overcome Poverty in Pakistan


October 29, 2019

Family planning helps families improve health and overcome poverty. But there are a number of reasons women are reluctant to practice healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies in Pakistan, says Dr. Ashchenaz Lall, a Hospital Director in Punjab. “This is a male dominated society, and women don’t have...

by Kathy Erb

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Two Liberian Nurses on Why They Are Grateful for Family Planning Support


October 9, 2019

By Jerilyn Hoover I was curious to talk to nurses Philomena Diggs and Yenneh Flomo to find out directly from them why they are so grateful for outside support to help women time and space pregnancies in Liberia. They sent me the photos above to help explain the...

by Guest Contributor

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