Originally posted by Family Planning 2020
Five new commitments to Family Planning 2020 will improve health and drive economic development in the world’s poorest countries.
Family Planning 2020 also announces Rights and Empowerment Principles for Family Planning.
Washington, DC – December 9, 2014: Family Planning 2020 (FP2020), the global partnership dedicated to improving access to family planning information, services and supplies, today announced three additional African nations – Burundi, Cameroon and Togo – made commitments that will enable more women to decide, freely and for themselves, whether and when to have children. The new additions increased the total number of focus countries making pledges to FP2020 to 32. Further commitments to support the achievement of FP2020’s goal through funding and programming were made by The Brush Foundation and EngenderHealth. Read more...