Oying Rimon and Amy Tsui Publish Editorial in Global Health: Science and Practice about ICFP and Family Planning's Momentum

Global Health: Science and Practice has published an editorial by Jose "Oying" Rimon II, Gates Institute Diretor, and Amy Tsui, former Gates Institute Director and PMA2020 Senior Technical Advisor. 

Since the launch of the Family Planning 2020 initiative 5 years ago, 46 million more clients in the 69 poorest countries are using modern contraception—a tremendous accomplishment, albeit behind schedule to reach the 2020 global goal of 120 million. Family planning continues to be innovative, and as reflected in the recent 2018 International Conference on Family Planning in Rwanda, there is a newfound momentum behind the movement and a new generation of young leaders with powerful ideas, creativity, and passion who are stepping up to help propel family planning onward.

To read the full editorial, visit the GHSP website.

Date:
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - 15:30
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