Guardian Examines Family Planning In Afghanistan, Role of Imams In Promoting Contraception

The Guardian: Condoms and conflict: imams defy Taliban to spread contraception
“In culturally conservative Afghanistan, it is often left to local imams to deal with delicate social issues such as family planning. It is not, however, that simple. Those who advocate what are seen as modern ideas, including contraception, can fall foul of the Taliban…” (Bambuck, 11/4).

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