Family Planning

What We’re Reading: Indian Women Die After State-Run Mass Sterilization Campaign Goes Wrong

On Tuesday, The Guardian reported the deaths of women in central state of Chhattisgarh, India, following female sterilization procedures performed at a free, government-run camp. The incident has since been covered in the New York Times and the Washington Post, … Continue Reading

Family Planning, International Policies

What We’re Reading: A Step Backward for Family Planning in Iran

Some might be surprised that Iran’s family planning program has been pointed to as a success story over the last few decades. While it was by no means perfect, the national family planning program that took root in the 1990’s … Continue Reading

Reproductive Health Supplies

Her Body, Her Choice Why Method Mix Matters in Family Planning

As the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition’s annual meeting gets underway in New Delhi, it seems an opportune moment to consider some of the challenges surrounding access to reproductive health supplies in the world’s second most populous country. Nearly 40 percent … Continue Reading

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