FP2020 Releases Report Examining Role Of Religion In Family Planning Efforts

FP2020: Faith and Family Planning: Working Together to Drive Progress Post-2020
Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) released a brief on the role of religion in family planning efforts. According to FP2020’s website, the brief summarizes “knowledge about how secular FP2020 partners can more effectively engage with the faith community and [faith-based organizations (FBOs)] to help women achieve their fertility intentions and to improve healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy, including the voluntary use of modern contraceptive methods. Evidence for this brief came from document review, eleven key informant interviews, and an online survey to FP2020 partners and stakeholders” (Hoehn, 11/5).

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