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Hormonal Contraception and HIV Technical Statement, World Health Organization, February 2012

Top Tier

  • International Herald Tribune: Africa’s Abortion Wars (15 Dec, Alexis Okeowo, Link)
  • Voice of America: International Conference Highlights Family Planning in Senegal (8 Dec, Nick Loomis, Link)
  • Ottawa Citizen (Canada): Pregnancy, haunted by Death (8 Dec, Elizabeth Payne, Link)
  • The New Yorker News Desk Blog: Talking About AIDS in Africa (6 Dec, Alexis Okeowo, Link)
  • The Guardian Global Health Blog: Why sex is a dirty word (5 Dec, Sarah Boseley, Link)
  • CBS San Francisco: San Francisco Health Official Disputes Progress Claims At Global Family Planning Conference (5 Dec, Doug Sovern, Link)
  • AlertNet (Reuters): INTERVIEW-Hairdressers help Zimbabwe fight HIV/AIDS (5 Dec, Lisa Anderson, Link)
  • Radio France International: Family planning in Sierra Leone (4 Dec, Laura Angela Bagnetto, Link)
  • The Guardian: Taming the Wild West of family planning (2 Dec, Sarah Boseley, Link)
  • The Lancet: Tewodros Melesse: an architect of sexual and reproductive health (28 Nov, Pamela Das, Link)
  • Trust Law (Reuters): Governments need to invest more in family planning – U.N. official (30 Nov, George Fominyen,  Link)
  • CBS San Francisco: Population Explosion Could Be Reined In By Family Planning (30 Nov, Doug Sovern, Link)
  • Guardian (UK): UK pledges £35m for family planning for poor countries (29 Nov, Sarah Boseley, Link)
  • Agence France Presse: Début d’une rencontre internationale sur la planification familiale à Dakar (29 Nov, Link)
  • Les Echos (France): Populationnisme versus planification familial (29 Nov, Rémi Manso, Link)
  • Globe and Mail (Canada): Editorial: Too many babies, too little family planning (4 Nov, Link)
  • Globe and Mail (Canada): It’s a girl! World celebrates the 7 billionth person (31 Oct, Sonia Verma, Link)
  • Lancet: A world of 7 billion people (29 Oct, Link)

Senegal

  • Le Soleil : Stephen O’BRIEN, ministre Britanique chargé du développement international (13 Dec, Link)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal) : Les 2000 participants témoins du conflit (5 Dec, Link)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal) : Le Royaume Uni débloque 5 millions de livres sterling (3 Dec, Link) ; reprinted in AllAfrica (3 Dec)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal) : Des « incohérences » entre contraception et Sida (3 Dec, Link) ; reprinted in Teranga Vision Medias (7 Dec)
  • DakarActu (Senegal) : La pilule de 3ème génération présente des risques mortels (3 Dec, Link)
  • Le Quotidien (Senegal) : Limitation des naissances prônée par le Président : Des Imams avalent la pilule de Wade (3 Dec, Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal) : L’ Intégration des Services de planification Familiale et le VIH en question (2 Dec, Link to newspaper)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal) : Les Premières Dames pour des Structures plus Dynamiques (2 Dec, , Link to newspaper)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Planning familial et VIH : pour une approche une globale d’offre de service intégrée (2 Dec, Link)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Les femmes doivent librement pratiquer la planification familiale (expert) (2 Dec, Link)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Le gouvernement s’engage dans ‘’un meilleur financement’’ de la santé de la reproduction (2 Dec, Link) ; reprinted in Senego (2 Dec)
  • Le POPulaire (Senegal): Conference Internationale sur la planification familiale : Les jeunes demandent à avoir accès à la contraception (2 Dec, Link)
  • Senego (Senegal): Conference Internationale sur la Plantification Familiale : Les jeunes demandent à avoir accès à la contraception (2 Dec, Link)
  • Walf Fadjri (Senegal): Sexualité des adolescents : Un leadership jeune pour briser le tabou dans les cellules familiales (2 Dec, Link)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Atteinte des OMD : Viviane Wade met l’accent sur l’accès des jeunes aux services de santé (1 Dec, Link)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Concertation sur les moyens de contraception, jeudi (30 Nov, Link)
    • Sud Quotidien (Senegal): Les enjeux en débat (29 Nov, Link); Reprinted in Senego (29 Nov)
    • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal): Le ministre britannique du Développement international à Dakar (28 Nov, Link); reprinted in Senego (28 Nov) 
    • Le Griot (Senegal) : Conférence sur la planification familiale (27 Oct, Link)
    • Sud Quotidien (Senegal): Les dirigeants du monde en conclave à Dakar (26 Sept, Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): L’Afrique de l’Ouest doit s’inspirer de l”Indonesie pour la planification familiale (1 Dec, No Link)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal): Swaziland: Rongé par le Sida – Recours à la planification comme stratégie de riposte du gouvernement (1 Dec, Link)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal): L’Afrique de L’ouest au bas du Tableau Pour la Plantification Familale: Le Sénégal, le Mali, le Burkina, le Niger…qualifiés de mauvais élèves (1 Dec, Link)
  • Sunuker (Senegal): Conférence Internationale sur la Planification Familiale (1 Dec, Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): La planification familiale est un puissant levier pour atteindre les Omd (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): Les partenaires déterminés a soutenir l’achat des produits contraceptifs (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): Les jeunes veulent être impliqués dans les politiques de santé de la reproduction (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): Le fruit d’activités innovantes et communautaires (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): Quand les tabous étouffent le recours a la contraception (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Le Soleil (Senegal): Les “Badianou Gokhe” jouent leur partition (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (Senegal):  Planification familiale: Modou Diagne Fada conseille de communiquer sur “les bons comportements” (30 Nov, Link)
  • Agence de presse sénégalaise (Senegal): Les parents invités à lever les tabous sur la sexualité des jeunes (30 Nov, Link)
  • Le Quotidien (Senegal): Visite du ministre britannique du Développement international au Sénégal: Stephen O’Brien vient apporter sa contribution à la planification familiale (29 Nov, Link)
  • Le Quotidien (Senegal): Face à la croissance démographique galopante: Wade invite les Sénégalaise à la limitation des naissances (30 Nov, Link)
  • Walf Fadjri (Senegal): Politique de planification familiale: Quand les pays d’Afrique subsaharienne s’inspirent de l’Indonésie (30 Nov, Link)
  • Le Messager (Senegal): Me Wade annonce une ligne de crédit de 500 millions pour de meilleurs résultats (30 Nov, Link)
  • Le Soleil : Promotion de la planification familiale : Education et libre choix (30 Nov, Link)
  • Agence de presse sénégalaise (Senegal) : L’appel du président Wade pour la limitation volontaire des naissances à la une (30 Nov, Link)
  • Sud Quotidien (Senegal): Très peu de ressources disponibles pour sauver la mère et l’enfant (Nov 30, Link)
  • Walf Fadjri (Senegal): Planification familiale : Wade conseille aux jeunes couples de faire «moins d’enfants» (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in L’office (30 Nov); Africa Time (30 Nov)
  • SeneNews (Senegal): Planification familiale : Hillary Rodham Clinton envoie un message de soutien (30 Nov, Link)
  • Agence de presse sénégalaise (Senegal): Près de 2.000 participants à l’ouverture de la conférence sur le planning familial (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in Leral.net (29 Nov)
  • Agence de presse sénégalaise (Senegal): Me Wade préconise le travail pour maîtriser la hausse de la population (29 Nov, Link)
  • SeneNews (Senegal): Conférence Internationale sur la planification familial (29 Nov, Link)

Other Africa

  • The Observer (Uganda): Doctors keep faith in Depo Provera (14 Dec, Shifa Mwesigye, Link)
  • New Vision (Uganda): ‘We can reach the youth with Family Planning information via mobile phones’ (13 Dec, Deusdedit Ruhangariyo, Link)
  • Nigerian Tribune (Nigeria): Health leaders call for more effort on preventing unwanted pregnancies (8 Dec, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): First Ladies call for increase in budget allocation to address family planning needs (8 Dec, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): Missed opportunity for family planning in urban hospital settings – Dr Adu-Bonsaffoh (8 Dec, Link)
  • Front Page Africa (Liberia): Three Women Leaders stress the Importance of Family Planning, Parenthood (8 Dec, Link)
  • The Observer (Uganda): People with Disabilities Seek Access to Health Services (7 Dec, Shifa Mwesigye, Link)
  • Abidjan.net (Ivory Coast) : La planification familiale au cinéma à Dakar : L’Ivoirien Koré Magloire Malibu présente son film (7 Dec, Coulibaly Zié Oumar,  Link)
  • Notre Voice (Ivory Coast): Conférence internationale sur la planification familiale-Suzanne Maïga (Unfpa-CI) : “La Pf réduit d’1/3 la mortalité maternelle” (7 Dec, Coulibaly Zié Oumar,  Link)
  • Notre Voice (Ivory Coast) : Brèves: Melinda Gate fait de la Pf son cheval de bataille (7 Dec, Coulibaly Zié Oumar, Link)
  • Le Sahel (Niger): Fin, vendredi dernier à Dakar, de la deuxième Conférence internationale sur la planification familiale : le Niger cité en exemple (6 Dec, Link) ; reprinted in Niger Diaspora (7 Dec)
  • Le Faso (Burkina Faso) : Planification familiale au Burkina : Des chiffres qui font froid dans le dos (6 Dec, Link)
  • Cocorioko (Sierra Leone): Sierra Leone in tune with global family planning efforts –Health Minister Zainab Bangura (6 Dec, Link); reprinted in Salone Reporter (6 Dec)
  • The Independent (Nigeria) : UN Official Seeks Help for Women With Unwanted Pregnancies (5 Dec, No Link)
  • The Independent (Nigeria): NGO Advocates National Protocol on Pregnancy (5 Dec, No Link)
  • Notre Voice (Ivory Coast) : Conférence internationale sur la planification familiale à Dakar : Le président Wade exhorte les jeunes à une limitation des naissances (5 Dec, Link) ; reprinted in AllAfrica (5 Dec)
  • Daily Nation (Kenya): New effort to slow birth rate (4 Dec, No Link)
  • Daily Nation (Kenya): Why disabled women fail to plan families (4 Dec, No Link)
  • The Citizen (Tanzania): Fresh hope for mothers at family planning meeting (4 Dec, Link); reprinted in AllAfrica (4 Dec)       
  • Sidwaya Quotidien (Burkina Faso) : Planification familiale – Une synergie d’actions s’impose (4 Dec, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): African governments challenged to keep promises to improving women’s health (3 Dec, Link); reprinted in Vibe Ghana (3 Dec); Modern Ghana (3 Dec); Women Health Wizard (3 Dec)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): FP Conference ends with UNFPA asking for more funding to meet MDG 5 (3 Dec, Link); reprinted in Ghana Business News (3 Dec)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): British Government to commit five million pounds to enhance reproductive health (1 Dec, Link)
  • Sidwaya (Burkina Faso): CIPF La faiblesse des ressources annule les efforts (2 Dec, Link)
  • PanaPress (Regional): Family planning in West Africa (3 Dec, Link); reprinted in Afrique en Ligne (3 Dec)
  • PanaPress (Regional): Family planning: UNFPA urges leaders to invest in voluntary family planning (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in Afrique en Ligne (30 Nov)
  • PanaPress (Regional) : UK grants 5 million pounds for purchase of female condoms (2 Dec, Link); reprinted in Afrique en Ligne (2 Dec)
  • Daily Nation (Kenya): Minister hits out at vote births move (2 Dec, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): British Gov’t To Commit Funds To Enhance Reproductive Health (2 Dec, Link); reprinted in Ghana.gov (2 Dec)
  • Ghana News Agency: UNFPA’s assessments needs reveal low use of IUDs in developing countries (1 Dec, Link); reprinted in Ghana Business News (1 Dec)
  • Faso Presse (Burkina Faso): Conférence internationale sur la planification familiale: Des petits pas vers la sécurisation des produits contraceptives (2 Dec, Link)
  • Sidwaya (Burkina Faso): Conference Internationale sur la Plantification Familiale : la faiblesse des ressources annule les efforts (2 Dec, Link); reprinted in Africa Time (2 Dec)
  • Sidwaya (Burkina Faso): Des petits pas vers la sécurisation des produits contraceptifs (2 Dec, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Mme Guebuza pour un système plus dynamique en faveur de la santé de la reproduction en Afrique (1 Dec, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Une Américaine plaide pour la liberté des femmes de choisir leur mode de Planification familiale (1 Dec, Link)
  • National Mirror (Nigeria): Nigeria to benefit from £35m family planning aid (1 Dec, Link)
  • Afrique en Ligne (Regional): United Kingdom grants 5 million pounds for purchase of female condoms (2 Dec, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Le Sierra Léone enregistre 5% de baisse de taux de fécondité (30 Nov, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Le président du Sénégal préconise une limitation volontaire des naissances (30 Nov, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Mme Compaoré invite les pays africains à faire de la Planification familiale leur cheval de bataille (30 Nov, Link)
  • PanaPress (Senegal): Le budget du Sénégal pour l’achat des produits contraceptifs passe de 100 à 500 millions de FCFA (29 Nov, Link)
    • The Independent (Uganda): Britain to provide contraception to save thousands of women’s lives (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in Relief Web (Regional, 29 Nov, Link)
    • Accra Daily Mail (Ghana): Landmark Conference on Family Planning Opens in Dakar, Senegal (29 Nov, Link)
    • Kadida (Regional): Dakar capitale du planning familial (29 Oct, Link)
    • Agencia AngolaPress (Angola): Angola at 7th World Conference on Family (29 Nov, Link)
    • Agencia AngolaPress (Angola): L’Angola participe à la VIIème conférence mondiale de la Famille (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in AllAfrica.com (Regional, 29 Nov, Link)
    • Agence de presse sénégalaise(Senegal): Dakar abrite une conférence internationale sur la planification familiale, mardi (28 Nov, Link); reprinted in Téranga Vision Médias (Senegal, 28 Nov, Link); Senego (Senegal, 28 Nov, Link); AfroPages (Regional, 28 Nov, Link); Izuba (Regional, 28 Nov, Link)
    • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): 2nd International Conference on Family Planning begins in Dakar (28 Nov, Link); reprinted in Vibe Ghana (Ghana, 28 Nov, Link); Ghana Business News (Ghana, 28 Nov, Link)
    • Agencia Angola Press (Angola): Country at family planning summit (28 Nov, Link)
    • Vanguard (Nigeria): Family Planning – Contraception is just the beginning (27 Nov, Link)
    • Africa News (Regional): Women still weep for power, resources for development (28 Oct, Link)
    • PanaPress (Regional): Planification familiale: Une conférence internationale au Sénégal (26 Oct, Link)
    • Nigerian Tribune (Nigeria): World’s population hits 7 billion (17 Oct, Link)
    • PressAfrik (Regional): Planification familiale : rendez-vous à Dakar pour réfléchir sur un monde de sept milliards d’habitants (15 Oct, Link); reprinted in SeneWeb (Senegal, 15 Oct, Link)
  • Pana Press (Regional): Le taux de fécondité en baisse en Sierra Léone (1 Dec, No Link)
  • West FM (Kenya): Fight against HIV|AIDS needs concerted efforts (1 Dec, Link)
  • New Vision (Uganda): Ugandan adolescent don’t discuss sex with parents (1 Dec, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): Religious leaders urged not to view safe abortion, family planning as forbidden (1 Dec, Link); reprinted in Vibe Ghana (1 Dec)
  • Joy FM Online (Ghana): More education needed to increase contraception use, prevent unsafe abortion deaths (1 Dec, Link); reprinted in Modern Ghana (1 Dec); Spy Ghana (1 Dec)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): Ghana is committed to addressing family planning needs – Nyonator (1 Dec, Link); reprinted in Vibe Ghana (1 Dec); Ghana.gov (1 Dec)
  • Sidwaya (Burkina Faso): Conférence Internationale Sur La Planification Familiale (30 Nov, Link)
  • Sidwaya (Burkina Faso): Accompagner encore plus les femmes (30 Nov, Link)
  • Daily Nation (Kenya): Kenya: The Power to Protect and to Plan (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in AllAfrica (Regional, 30 Nov, Link)
  • Ghana News Agency (Ghana): Education is key in using Family Planning to meet MDG 4& 5 – President Wade (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in Ghana Business News (30 Nov); Business Ghana (30 Nov)
  • Joy FM Online (Ghana): International Family Planning Conference opens in Dakar (30 Nov, Link)
  • Peace FM Online (Ghana): Britain To Provide Contraception To Save Women (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in Business Ghana (30 Nov); Vibe Ghana (30 Nov)
  • Africa Science News (Regional): UK to give contraception to save women’s lives (30 Nov, Link)
  • PressAfrik (Regional) : Planification familiale : le président Wade pour la limitation des naissances (30 Nov,  Link)

Asia

  • Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines): Involving men in family planning (10 Dec, Link)
  • Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines): A quiet welcome (5 Dec, Link)
    • TruthDive.com (India): World population to touch 700 crore by October end billion (17 Oct, Link)
  • Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines): Family planning in Africa and here (1 Dec, Link)

Blogs

  • Working Mother: Most Powerful Moms of 2011 (9 Dec, Link)
  • Her Blue Print : A Changing Mindset on Childbirth in Western Africa (8 Dec, Link)
  • LifeNews.com: Obama Family Planning Policy Hurts Sex Trafficking Victims (8 Dec, Link)
  • SOS Children’s Villages: Family planning push in sub-Saharan Africa (6 Dec, Link)
  • Sango Ya RDC : Repositionnement de la Planification Familiale : A chacun sa mission après Sénégal (5 Dec, Link)
  • RH Reality Check: A Declaration in Support of A Global Campaign for Safe Abortion Access (3 Dec, Link); reprinted in Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (2 Dec)
  • News-Medical: Letter from Secretary of State Clinton to attendees of International Conference on Family Planning (2 Dec, Link)
  • AstraZeneca : Exhibition in Dakar of youth-led photography from WAVE (Well-Being of Adolescents in Vulnerable Environments) study documents key community health issues (2 Dec, Link)
  • AMREF Blog: Task Shifting in Family Planning Explored in International Conference in Dakar (2 Dec, Link)
  • People and Planet: UN calls for more support for family planning (1 Dec, Link)
  • Foreign Policy Association: World AIDS Day 2011: “Getting to Zero!” (1 Dec, Link)
  • Key Correspondents: Britain to provide contraception to save thousands of women’s lives (30 Nov, Link)
  • Global Health Magazine: Investing in 215 Million Women (29 Nov, Link)
  • Ms. Magazine: Don’t Ms.: Lysistrata, Radical Women Occupying, Relationships Between White and Black Women and More (29 Nov, Link)
    • Global Pulse Blog: Global Developments in Family Planning and Contraception (29 Nov, Link)
    • Ms. Magazine: As We Hit 7 Billion, Behold the Future of Contraception! (2 Nov, Link)
    • DavidMixner.com: Seven Billion People Tomorrow. What Will It Look Like? (30 Oct, Link)
    • Ms. Magazine: International Family Planning Conference Scheduled, Population Nears 7 Billion (25 Oct, Link); reprinted in Feminist Majority Foundation (25 Oct, Link)
    • Global Health Magazine: In Bangladesh, Integrating Family Planning Model Shows Great Progress (20 Oct, Link)
  • SOS Children’s Villages: Contraception to save thousands of women’s lives (1 Dec, Link)
  • People and the Planet: UN calls for more support for family planning (1 Dec, Link)
  • News-Medical (Regional): Thousands gather in Senegal for second International Conference on Family Planning (1 Dec, Link)
  • RH Reality Check: Breaking the Cycle of Unwanted Pregnancy and Unsafe Abortion: A Call to Action (30 Nov, Link)
  • RH Reality Check: On World AIDS Day, A Health Hut In Senegal Reveals What’s Possible (30 Nov, Link)
  • Turtle Bay and Beyond: Sec. Clinton to International Family Planning Conference: “U.S. commitment and involvement in this issue is of paramount importance” (30 Nov, Link)
  • Netherlands Aid: Leaders Meet to Put Family Planning on the Global Agenda (30 Nov, Link); reprinted in Foreign Policy Blog (30 Nov)
  • AMREF Blog (USA): Dakar Conference Shows that Community Health Workers also Vital in Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Worldwatch Institute: Worldwatch’s Robert Engelman To Present at International Conference on Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Women’s Views on News: UN agency calls for greater investment in family planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Key Correspondents: Conference on family planning opens in Dakar, Senegal (30 Nov, Link)
  • The Fresh Outlook: UK Pledges £35 Million for Family Planning in Poorer Countries (30 Nov, Link)

Partner Blogs

  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Ten Lasting Impressions: An Insider’s View (6 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Realizing the Promise (6 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: A Dynamic Exchange (6 Dec, Link)
  • Women Deliver: A Declaration in Support of A Global Campaign for Safe Abortion Access (6 Dec, Link)
  • Population Reference Bureau: Looking back at Dakar (6 DecLink)
  • Management Sciences for Health: Different Countries, Different Issues, Same Question: Where is the Money? (6 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Family Planning on the move (5 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Everyday Heroes (3 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Unparalleled Training (3 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: A Remakable Conference (2 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: We Need Information (2 Dec, Link)
  • Population Services International: Condoms and Carbon? (2 Dec, Link)
  • Management Sciences for Health: Global Family Planning: What Comes Next? (2 Dec, Link)
  • Care2: Melinda Gates Announces Commitment to Family Planning (2 Dec, Link)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: Unlikely new leaders help push family planning to forefront (2 Dec, Link)
  • Women Deliver: International Conference on Family Planning: Invest in Women – It Pays! (2 Dec, Link)
  • Population Reference Bureau: The Whole Truth: Thinking About the Risk of Contracting HIV When Using Injectable Contraception (2 Dec, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: A Voice for Young People (2 Dec, Link)
  • Population Reference Bureau: Couple Dynamics in Family Planning; Men Advancing Family Planning; Engaging Men in Family Planning: How? Why? (1 Dec, Link)
  •  Population Reference Bureau:  World AIDS Day at ICFP 2011 (1 Dec, Link)
  •  Population Reference Bureau: Youth: A Breath of Fresh Air (1 Dec, Link)
  • IntraHealth Global Health Blog: Celebrating World AIDS Day: Getting to Zero (1 Dec, Link)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: ‘Integration is key’ to the fight against AIDS (1 Dec, Link)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: ‘Staying the course’ with family planning (1 Dec, Link)
  • Women Deliver: World AIDS Day 2011: Funds Diminish, Epidemic Rages On (1 Dec, Link)
  • Women Deliver: DFID Committed to Integrating HIV and SRH Services (1 Dec, Link)
  • Marie Stopes International: World AIDS Day Special Report: Empowering women by integrating HIV and family planning (1 Dec, Link)
  • Impatient Optimist: Ethiopia’s Family Planning Success (1 Dec, Link)
  • Knowledge for Health: Gender Is Important. So What? The Complexities Of Measuring It. (1 Dec, Link)
  • Knowledge for Health: Availability Yes—But Ultimately Knowledge (1 Dec, Link)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: Minister Bangura: Family planning and priorities in spending (30 Nov, Link)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: Gates Foundation’s plans for family planning (30 Nov, Link)
    • Population Reference Bureau: Dakar: 2011 ICFP Opening is Hours Away (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in Humanitarian News (29 Nov)
    • JHSPH Blog: Opening Ceremonies (29 Nov, Link)
    • IntraHealth: Family Planning: Be an Example (28 Nov, Link)
    • JHSPH ICFP Blog: An App for Family Planning (Nov 23, Link)
    • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Henry Mosley: Keeping the Faith (22 Nov, Link)
    • Huffington Post: Women’s Health Issues in a World of 7 Billion (21 Nov, Link)
    • IntraHealth: Family Planning in West Africa: Courage and Conviction Can Make the Difference (18 Nov, Link)
    • IntraHealth: From Cairo to Dakar: Population Dynamics in Mali (18 Nov, Link)
    • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Beth Fredrick: Meeting the Needs (18 Nov, Link)
    • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Duff Gillespie: Adventures in Family Planning (Part One) (17 Nov, Link)
    • Jhpiego: Healthy Fertility Study Addresses Family Planning Needs of Mothers in Bangladesh District (Link)
    • IntraHealth: Honoring Fred Sai, A Relentless Champion (15 Nov, Link); reprinted in Global Health Hub (15 Nov, Link)
    • USAID Impact Blog: USAID Epidemiologist Q & A on Hormonal Contraception and HIV (10 Nov, Link)
  • Care2: What Young Women Need This World AIDS Day? Contraception, HIV Prevention, and More… (1 Dec, Link)
  • Management Science for Health: Getting to Zero: World AIDS Day 2011 (1 Dec, Link)
  • K4Health: Gender Is Important. So What? The Complexities Of Measuring It. (1 Dec, Link)
  • K4Health: Availability Yes—But Ultimately Knowledge (1 Dec, Link)
  • Interagency Youth Working Group: What’s Next? Maintaining the Focus on Youth After Dakar (1 Dec, Link)
  • Women Deliver: Family Planning Conference Brings New Funding and Declarations of Support (30 Nov, Link)
  • Impatient Optimist: Britain Contributes Millions for Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: The First Day (30 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Family Planning in the Forefront (30 Nov, Link)
  • UNFPA Dispatch: Worldwide Focus on Family Planning Begins at West African Forum (30 Nov, Link)
  • Population Services International: Melinda Gates Shows Support for Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Ipas: Family planning leaders should help women with unwanted pregnancies obtain safe, legal abortion (30 Nov, Link)
  • Marie Stopes International: Global family planning community gathers for international conference (30 Nov, Link)
  • K4Health: Access for Everyone, Everywhere – Reflections from Day One of the International Conference on Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Population Reference Bureau: Opening of ICFP 2011 Urges Participants to Build on Momentum Toward Family Planning (29 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: The Twenty First Century Imperative (29 Nov, Link)
  • UN News Center: UN official calls for greater investments in voluntary family planning programmes (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in ISRIA (29 Nov); Scoop World (29 Nov); Spero News (29 Nov)
  • Ministerial Leadership Initiative: Investing in family planning: Funds needed from all sources (29 Nov, Link)
  • Interagency Youth Working Group: Day One of the ICFP and Young People are Demanding Attention (29 Nov, Link)
  • Population Reference Bureau: Dakar: 2011 ICFP Opening is Hours Away (29 Nov, Link); reprinted in Humanitarian News (29 Nov)
  • JHSPH Blog: Opening Ceremonies (29 Nov, Link)
  • IntraHealth: Family Planning: Be an Example (28 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: An App for Family Planning (Nov 23, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Henry Mosley: Keeping the Faith (22 Nov, Link)
  • Huffington Post: Women’s Health Issues in a World of 7 Billion (21 Nov, Link)
  • IntraHealth: Family Planning in West Africa: Courage and Conviction Can Make the Difference (18 Nov, Link)
  • IntraHealth: From Cairo to Dakar: Population Dynamics in Mali (18 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Beth Fredrick: Meeting the Needs (18 Nov, Link)
  • JHSPH ICFP Blog: Duff Gillespie: Adventures in Family Planning (Part One) (17 Nov, Link)
  • Jhpiego: Healthy Fertility Study Addresses Family Planning Needs of Mothers in Bangladesh District (Link)
  • IntraHealth: Honoring Fred Sai, A Relentless Champion (15 Nov, Link); reprinted in Global Health Hub (15 Nov, Link)
  • USAID Impact Blog: USAID Epidemiologist Q & A on Hormonal Contraception and HIV (10 Nov, Link) 

Partner Press Releases

  • Female Health Company Press Release: To Mark World AIDS Day, the British Government Pledges 5 Million Pounds for the Purchase of Female Condoms (6 Dec, Link)
  • International Partnership on Microbicides (Press Release): IPM Receives Award from USAID to Advance Dual-Purpose Prevention Ring for Women (1 Dec, Link)
  • UK Department for International Development Press Release: New contraception drive will save women’s lives (29 Nov, Link)
  •  U.S. Department of State Letter: Greetings From Hillary Clinton (29 Nov, Link)
  • United Nations Press Release: UNFPA Urges Leaders at Landmark Conference in Senegal to Galvanize Greater Political, Financial Support for Family Planning (29 Nov, Link)

Op-Eds:

  • Family Planning Access Will Deliver for Women in Uganda (Jill Sheffield and Dr. Jotham Musinguzi)

Published in: The Daily Monitor (22 Nov, Uganda); Health Journalists Network in Uganda   (22 Nov, Uganda); The Independent (21 Nov, Uganda)

  • Ensuring Family Planning Access: African Leaders Should Do More (Dr. Fred Sai)

                Published in: Botswana Guardian (18 Nov, Botswana); Le Jour (16 Nov, Cameroon); Graphic Ghana (22 Nov, Ghana); Accra Daily Mail (17 Nov, Ghana); Spy Ghana (16 Nov, Ghana); Vibe Ghana (15 Nov, Ghana); Modern Ghana (14 Nov, Ghana); L’Intelligent D’Abidjan (17 Nov, Ivory Coast); Daily Nation (23 Nov, Kenya); Liberian Journal (16 Nov, Liberia); Vanguard (20 Nov, Nigeria); Punch (17 Nov, Nigeria); 234 Next (16 Nov, Nigeria); New Nigerian (15 Nov, Nigeria); The New Times (19 Nov, Rwanda); Sud Quotidien (16 Nov, Senegal); Leral (15 Nov, Senegal); Jollofnews (14 Nov, Senegal); Telegraph (17 Nov, Sierra Leone); Patriotic Vanguard (15 Nov, Sierra Leone); The Citizen (16 Nov, South Africa); Health-e News (18 Nov, South Africa); The Citizen (15 Nov, Tanzania); Times of Zambia (18 Nov, Zambia); The Standard (20 Nov, Zimbabwe); New Zimbabwe (17 Nov, Zimbabwe); The Zimbabwean (17 Nov, Zimbabwe); Jeune Afrique (24 Nov); AllAfrica.com (21 Nov; reprint from Uganda); AllAfrica.com  (20 Nov, reprint from Zimbabwe); AllAfrica.com (18 Nov, reprint from South Africa).

  • Planning Familial au Burkina Faso : “Il est temps qu’il devienne une réalité” (Dr. Mamadou Kante)

                Published in: FasoZine (16 Nov, Burkina Faso); Le Faso (16 Nov, Burkina Faso)

  • En République Démocratique du Congo, seules 5 femmes sur 100 utilisent les moyens de contraception  (Richard Dackam-Ngatchou)

                Published in: Le Phare (18 Nov, DRC)

  • 7 billion and counting (Yasmin Madan)

Published in: Phnom Penh Post (23 Nov, Cambodia)

Television :

Radio

  • Radio Oxy-Jeunes: Second of five part series on “Financing Family Planning”( 9 Dec, Mame Mbagnick Diouf, No Link)
  • Kanal FM (Togo) : Les jeunes et la PF (6 Dec, Patricia Adjissekou, No Link)
  • EKO 89.75 FM (Nigeria) (5 Dec, No Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): UGX 9 billion award for new Lake Victoria project announced in Dakar, Senegal (2 Dec, David Rupiny, Link)
  • ORTM (Mali): Importance des jeunes et ados dans la PF (2 Dec, No Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Online tool against criminalization of HIV launched (2 Dec, David Rupiny, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Long-acting anti-HIV, pregnancy vaginal ring in the works (2 Dec, David Rupiny, Link)
  • Obuoba FM (Nigeria): International Family Planning Conference opens in Dakar (1 Dec, Obuobamod, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network: Hope for Women on World Aids Day (1 Dec, Link)
  • Uganda Broadcasting Corporation: Leaders from all over the world are meeting at the 2011 International Conference on Family Planning in Dakar, Senegal (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network: Hormonal Contraception-HIV Link Concerns Family Planning Meeting (1 Dec, Link)
  • Kanal FM (Togo): Unmet need in Togo (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Radio Planete (Benin) (30 Nov, No Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): 2011 International Family Planning Conference Starts in Dakar Senegal (29 Nov, Link)
  •  Kanal FM (Togo): Ouverture de la ceremonie (29 Nov, No Link)
  • Ugandan Radio Network: Hope for Women as anti-HIV Vaginal Ring becomes a Reality (30 Nov, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Senegal Pales Sub-Saharan Countries in Family Planning (30 Nov, Link)
  • Ugandan Broadcasting Corporation: Girls’ education key to development of high fertility countries – experts (30 Nov, Link)
  • Ugandan Broadcasting Corporation: Sierra Leone Offers Lessons in Effective Drug Distribution (30 Nov, Link)
  • Ugandan Broadcasting Corporation:  Experts Link Family Planning to Economic Growth (30 Nov, Link)
  • BBC Radio (Senegal) – featured interview with IntraHealth’s Pape Gaye (29 Nov, No Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Youths press for more involvement in family planning (29 Nov, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Call for more women, youth involvement in family planning at Dakar conference (29 Nov, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): Britain Offers Support for Family Planning in Developing Countries (29 Nov, Link)
  • Uganda Radio Network (Uganda): 2011 International Family Planning Conference Starts in Dakar Senegal (29 Nov, Link)
  • Kanal FM (Togo): Ouverture de la ceremonie (29 Nov, No Link)