Publications on Family planning

Millions of adolescent girls are in need of humanitarian assistance. A crisis heightens their vulnerability to gender-based violence, unwanted pregnancy, HIV infection, maternal death and disability, early and forced...

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Universal access to reproductive health affects and is affected by many aspects of life. It involves individuals’ most intimate relationships, including negotiation and decision-making within these relationships, and...

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Vivimos en un mundo en el que las crisis humanitarias arrebatan una cantidad cada vez mayor de recursos a las economías, las comunidades y los individuos. Las guerras y los desastres naturales ocupan las portadas, al...

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Access to reproductive health, including family planning, is recognized as a human right. Support from donors is critical to improving and ensuring the security of essential contraceptives and other life-saving...

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The 2014 edition of Adding It Up expands the scope of the report and provides new estimates of the needs for and costs and benefits of sexual and reproductive health interventions in the following key areas:...

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This annual report describes the results and good practices in countries of the UNFPA flagship thematic fund to achieve reproductive health commodity security.

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This handbook provides guidance the latest guidance on providing with the full range of contraceptive methods.

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In the developing world, deaths and poor health among women and newborns have remained too high for too long, despite decades of international agreements declaring the need for urgent action to improve wellbeing among...

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Access to reproductive health, including family planning, is recognized as a human right. Yet the importance of a steady and reliable supply of contraceptives is often overlooked as a priority on the development agenda...

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The UN Secretary-General's Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health (2010) called on the global community to work together to save 16 million lives by 2015.

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