CGD Experts Highlight 3 Issues For Global Family Planning Movement To Consider Post-2020

Center for Global Development’s “CGD Notes”: After 2020: What’s Next for Global Access to Family Planning
Felice Apter, visiting fellow at CGD, and colleagues preview the Women Deliver conference, taking place this week in Vancouver, Canada, and highlight “three issues for the global [family planning (FP)] movement post-2020, building on CGD’s engagement in this space, including our working group on alignment in family planning. We review the underlying critical assumptions in FP2020’s initial design along with their strengths and weaknesses, and place future approaches squarely within the context of today’s evolving landscape — one that looks very different than the year 2012, when FP2020 was launched…” (5/31).

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