FP2020 Executive Director Beth Schlachter Discusses Contraception Access In Al Jazeera Interview

Al Jazeera: Contraception use on the rise in 69 poorest countries: report
“Almost 46 million women and girls in the world’s lowest-income countries have gained access to contraception over the past six years, a new progress report from Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) has said. … Al Jazeera spoke to Beth Schlachter, FP2020’s executive director, about how contraception empowers women and societies, which countries are doing better than expected, and what the main challenges are in the efforts to raise awareness…” (Ritzen, 11/18).

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