Newspaper Publishes Series Examining Family Planning In Uganda

The Observer on Tuesday published a series of feature articles examining family planning in Uganda. The series includes an article examining the integration of men into family planning services; an article discussing similarities between Uganda and Indonesia with respect to population growth and family planning; an interview with Health Minister Christine Ondoa regarding funding for family planning; an article examining the implications of population growth on Uganda’s resources; an article discussing family planning methods in the country; an article examining how Uganda will reach commitments to increase expenditure on family planning over the next five years; an article on the relationship between family planning and poverty; and an article highlighting family planning programs supported by FHI 360 through the PROGRESS project (Mwesigye, 9/18).

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