Bloomberg Philanthropies Announces $50M To Support Family Planning Services In LAC, Africa
The Guardian: Family planning groups in developing countries set for Bloomberg boost
“Grassroots organizations are to share in a multi-million dollar project to improve family planning and reproductive health services for women and girls in Africa and Latin America. Groups in Uganda, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Nicaragua will be able to apply for advocacy grants as part of a three-pillar, $50 million package to support family planning services. The scheme was announced on Thursday by Bloomberg Philanthropies, set up by Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York…” (Ford, 3/27).
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