FIGO Blog Post Features 3 Perspectives On Impact Of Pandemic On Sexual, Reproductive Health Services On World Contraception Day

FIGO: World Contraception Day 2020 — Three Perspectives
Katherine Dean, project coordinator at FIGO, writes, “Each year, on the 26th September, World Contraception Day seeks to improve awareness of contraceptive methods and enable men and women to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health. … We spoke to Jill Sheffield, founder of Women Deliver and chair of the FIGO Contraception and Family Planning Committee, as well as her committee colleagues Megan Elliot (Marie Stopes International), Dr. Jotham Musinguzi (National Population Council), and Professor Gamal Serour (Al Ahzar University) on how the pandemic has affected services and the ways in which we can ensure that contraception remains available to all across the world…” (9/25).

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