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Financing and advocacy partnerships will make it easier for millions of women to access voluntary family planning and reproductive health services NEW YORK, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As the London Summit on Family Planning draws global attention to the need for expanding access to voluntary family planning and reproductive health services around the world, the MDG Health Alliance announces a new initiative that will build partnerships with a focus on financing and strategic advocacy around reproductive health and family planning.
1) The most commonly supported area was HIV and AIDS, accounting for 73% of funding; 64 countries received some support for HIV programs, whereas 43 received support for" maternal and child health, and 38 for family planning and reproductive health.
The Department of Health's Family Planning and Reproductive Health Office convened a task force to develop written materials specifically oriented toward emergency departments.
The foundation hopes that as a result of its leadership development, the focus countries will see "progressive policies and increased access to family planning and reproductive health services.
DeSarno, president of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association.
Historically, the United States--the world's wealthiest country--has led the way in assisting family planning and reproductive health programs in Africa, providing some $127 million in 1996 for training, supplies, and other hands-on assistance.
NFPRHA makes a strong and persuasive case for publicly-funded family planning and reproductive health services in communities throughout our country - a need that's growing because of the tough economy.
It therefore makes sense to combine the family planning and reproductive health categories as Petroni suggests and as UNFPA is apparently planning to do.