Senegal case study: promising beginnings uneven progress. A repositioning family planning case study.

@inproceedings{Wickstrom2006SenegalCS,
  title={Senegal case study: promising beginnings uneven progress. A repositioning family planning case study.},
  author={Jane Wickstrom and A.W.A. Diagne and Arlando Smith},
  year={2006}
}
Family planning saves lives and has long been considered a key aspect to socioeconomic development. Although this is widely acknowledged and well-documented the attention and resources directed toward improving family planning programs in developing countries have been decreasing even though need remains high. This is particularly true for Sub-Saharan Africa; for the region as a whole only 14% of women are using modern methods of contraception (PRB 2005). To address this need the U.S. Agency… CONTINUE READING

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