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  • Ghana: Report on The World Population Day and Family Planning (FP) 2020 Ghana Satellite Event, July 2017

    World Population Day 2017 (WPD) has been celebrated annually since 1989. The day is observed internationally on 11th July to focus attention and increase awareness on various population issues such as family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health, human rights, environment and its impact on development. Significantly, this year, 2017 marks the fifth year of

  • Ghana: Male Conference Report: The Role of Men in Sustaining Quality Life for All. A Driving Force for National Development

    The National Population Council (NPC) was established in 1992 and given legal backing under the National Population Council Act, 1994, Act 485, as the highest advisory body to the Government of Ghana on all population and related issues through advocacy and effective coordination of the implementation of all population policies and programmes. The establishment of

  • Ghana: Ghana Health Service -Reproductive Health Strategic Plan

    Reproductive health is recognized as a human right and a global development priority as articulated in the Millennium Development Goals and other international policies. The Government of Ghana is committed to achieving these reproductive health goals as demonstrated by this plan. The Reproductive Health Strategic Plan (RHSP) states the national health strategy for reproductive health

  • Ethiopia: National Strategy for Child Survival in Ethiopia

    About 472,000 Ethiopian children die each year before their fifth birthday, which places Ethiopia sixth among the countries of the world in terms of the absolute number of child deaths. Yet, there are effective low cost interventions to prevent two-thirds of these deaths. Following high-level discussions with the Global Child Survival Partnership, the Federal Ministry

  • Ethiopia: National Reproductive Health Strategy

    This document is the culmination of a vision, formulated over the years of national reproductive health (RH) needs assessment. Lead by the Ministry of Health and undertaken in collaboration with representatives of the RH community, the FMOH called upon the reproductive health community to identify RH needs and priorities; achieve consensus on the appropriate scope

  • Mali celebrated 20th Anniversary of PPD

    Mali arranged an event on 19th December 2015 in commemoration of 20th Anniversary of PPD. PPD is grateful to Mr. Adama Diarra, PCC of Mali for providing the photographs of the events.  

  • China’s two Child Policy 2015

    It is decided by the Fifth Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee that China will continue to uphold the basic national policy of family planning and improve its strategy on population development. The policy that all couples may have two children will be implemented and the challenge of the

  • Bangladesh Population Policy – 2012

    Download Bangladesh Population Policy – http://www.partners-popdev.org/docs/Con_Reports/Bangladesh%20Ppoulation%20policy-2012.pdf

  • Guidelines: National contraception, fertility planning policy of South Africa

    In February 2014, South Africa began rolling out its latest contraception and family planning guidelines. These guidelines replace previous documents issued in 2001 and 2003. The country’s new guidelines include expanded contraception options, introducing the long-acting hormonal contraceptive implant Implanon Nxt.The guidelines also seek to increase demand for other previously available but unpopular contraceptive choices

  • Report: Spotlight on Vasectomy Access and Uptake in South Africa

    This report represents exploratory consultative work in the area of vasectomy awareness, uptake and provision in South Africa and seeks to strengthen a regional discussion on shared contraceptive responsibility as a gender transformative approach. In response to the need to further explore vasectomy as a viable contraceptive option for South African men and their partners,

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