June 4, 2013 | 12:48 pm
The Irish Times article, “Offering Kenyan women the means to control their fertility,” describes Kenya’s rising population and its negative consequences on health, education, employment opportunities, and natural resources. “Early childbearing,” Irish Times’ Isabel Conway writes, “is the norm in this area, along with grinding poverty, unsafe illegal abortions and high maternal and infant mortality.” Women’s access to family planning methods is critical.
May 31, 2013 | 9:21 am
In their article, “Unmet family planning needs: Bad for economy and health,” the Citizen News Service featured the important role of the Standard Days Method® (SDM) of family planning and the need to expand the range of options available to women and couples in India and globally.
May 30, 2013 | 11:45 am
The FAM Project is pleased to announce new toolkits available through K4Health! These toolkits can help family planning, health and development programs expand the number of options available to women and men by integrating fertility awareness methods (FAM) into their method mix.