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Advocacy Project Tapped Into the Power of Faith Leaders as Health Influencers


March 21, 2022

The Christian Advocacy for Family Planning in Africa (CAFPA) project came to a close in December 2021 after seven years. The project, which was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, leveraged the talent, commitment, influence and connections of faith leaders to drive change and build support for family…

by Kathy Erb

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Adapter les activités de planification familiale à l’heure du COVID-19: le CRSD, un cas au Sénégal


December 21, 2021

par Wilma Mui, MPH, Gestionnaire de programme, World Faiths Development Dialogue La pandémie de COVID-19 a posé défi après défi. Le monde du développement a dû changer et adapter ses approches de projet, ce qui a nécessité flexibilité, patience et innovation.… More

by Guest Contributor

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Adapting Family Planning Activities in the time of COVID-19: CRSD, a case in Senegal


December 21, 2021

by Wilma Mui, MPH, Program Manager, World Faiths Development Dialogue | The COVID-19 pandemic has posed challenge after challenge. The development world has had to change and adapt their project approaches, requiring flexibility, patience, and innovation. The Cadre des Religieux pour la Santé et le Développement (CRSD), a Senegal-based NGO,…

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How Faith-based Organizations Meet Community Need for Family Planning During COVID-19


March 2, 2021

By Cassady Mecate, Baylor University MPH Candidate and CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern I watched the session on how faith-based organizations are ensuring women are able to time and space pregnancies despite the COVID-19 pandemic during the International Conference on Family Planning.… More

by CCIH

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