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The 25th anniversary issue of Outlook, made possible by support from UNFPA, presents innovative, evidence-based strategies and approaches for addressing unmet need for family planning in developing countries. The issue also reviews the link between family planning and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), including improving maternal and child health, promoting gender equality, and combating HIV/AIDS. Addressing unmet need can help tackle some of the most intractable health and development challenges facing the world today.

Author(s): Kols A

Corporate author(s): PATH

Publication date: November 2008

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English

French

Reducing Unmet Need for Family Planning: Evidence-Based Strategies and Approaches (Outlook, vol. 25, no. 1) [French]

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Also known as: Réduire le Besoin Non Satisfait de Planification Familiale: Stratégies et Approches Factuelles

Spanish

Reducing Unmet Need for Family Planning: Evidence-Based Strategies and Approaches (Outlook, vol. 25, no. 1) [Spanish]

341 KB PDF

Also known as: Reducir la Necesidad Insatisfecha en Material de Planificación Familiar: Estrategias y Enfoques Basados en la Evidencia

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This publication is part of the series Outlook

Related regions: Global

See also: Reproductive health > Family planning

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