Expanding Family Planning Services Can Reduce HIV Infection In Children, Study Says
Inter Press Service: Helping Uganda’s HIV-positive Women Avoid Unplanned Pregnancies
“…In the last decade, Uganda’s modern contraceptive use among women has slowly increased from 18 percent to 26 percent. Though low, this level of contraceptive use likely averted 20 percent of pediatric HIV infections and 13 percent of AIDS-related children’s deaths, says a study. Expanding family planning services can substantially reduce child infections, it concluded…” (Fallon, 8/18).