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On November 12–15, 2013, more than 3,000 political leaders, scientists, health care professionals, advocates and young leaders from around the globe gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the third International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP 2013).
Blogs & Media Clips:
- Time Healthland: Why It Takes Teens Equipped With Condoms to Encourage Family Planning in Africa
- Voice of America: United States Promotes Postpartum Family Planning in Developing Countries
- IMPACT Blog: Expanding Access and Choice for Family Planning
- WHO: New Health Resource to Improve Access to Family Planning for Women After Childbirth
- Devex: Family Planning as a Global Priority
- FHI 360 Degrees Live: Women’s Edition Journalists Compare and Contrast Ethiopian Health Care System
- Gates Foundation Impatient Optimists: Mobiles to Give Sexual and Reproductive Health Information to Young People
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Photo sources for top banner left to right:James Pursey/EGPAF, Marcy Erskine/IFRC, Jameel Ahmad/JSI/PAIMAN.
Photo sources from newsletter in order: Nena Terrell, USAID Ethiopia (banner), USAID (Achieving Equity Through Women in Leadership), USAID/Deliver (Contraceptive Technologies), Michael Tsegaye/Save the Children / CC BY (Blog & Media).
Last updated: August 13, 2014