Abdullah Al-Kamil, the manager of the reproductive health program at the United Nations Population Fund, said the spread of birth control has reached 29 percent of the population while modern family planning services are available to 21 percent.
What does RHP stand for?
RHP stands for Reproductive Health Program
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Wael Hatahet, Director of the Reproductive Health Program at the UN Fund for Population Affairs (UNFPA) stressed the importance of preserving the level of the reproductive health services during the crisis.
Fortunately, the condom campaign continued despite the complaints, but in the past, other sexual and reproductive health programs have been cancelled due to the strength that the church already has.
They add that sexual and reproductive health programs "must target not only young people but also their peers and the influential adults in their life, including parents.
Currently, adolescent reproductive health programs are being extended from the big cities and developed areas to small towns, and rural and remote areas.
The handbook, written and edited by Council staff members from Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Mexico, and elsewhere, provides much-needed step-by-step guidance on making emergency contraceptive pills an integral and readily available service within national reproductive health programs.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] With little media fanfare or coverage, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced on January 8 that the Obama administration had recently succeeded in supplying "more than $648 million in foreign assistance to family planning and reproductive health programs worldwide.