Family Planning 2020

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Sex Doesn’t Stop During Emergencies

Sex does not stop in emergencies, and neither does pregnancy. Women and girls must have access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services, including family planning, wherever they are.

What do Men have to do with Women’s Reproductive Rights?

We need men around the world, from the heads of foreign assistance, to health policymakers, to male partners and husbands to join women and show in their voting, their voices, and their decisions that they stand up every day for women’s reproductive rights.

Talking Family Planning with Beth Schlachter

Beth Schlachter, Family Planning 2020 Executive Director, chats to Girls’ Globe about the significance of the 2017 Family Planning Summit and suggests actions individuals can take to improve the sexual and reproductive health of women and girls around the world.

Family Planning Summit 2017: Transforming #HerFuture

On 11 July, family planning champions from around the world gather to talk about how to reach more women & girls with modern contraception than ever before at the Family Planning Summit 2017 in London.

Family Planning 2020: Reviewing progress and charting the way forward

Today in Ethiopia, at the International Conference on Family Planning, the progress of FP2020 is being discussed. FP2020 or Family Planning 2020 was launched in July 2012 at the London Summit on Family Planning, and plans to create access to contraceptives for 120 million women by

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