Seven Issues To Watch For On 2014 International Family Planning Agenda

In a post in the Huffington Post’s “Impact” blog, Christopher Purdy, executive vice president of DKT International, and Philip Harvey, executive director of DKT International, examine seven issues and trends to watch for on the international family planning agenda in 2014. Their list includes the easing of China’s family planning policy, the growing use of digital technology as “a way to reach (especially young) people with messages on family planning,” the changing role of national governments on product availability on the ground, the development of new contraceptive products, and the influence of changing economic and social trends on family planning (12/6).

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