From the East to the West Coast of Africa, to far and beyond the Asian continent, family planning advocacy partners converged in Baltimore, one of
The Tanzania Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health Coalition [TAYAHR] founding members bring youth together to advocate for Family Planning & Sexual Reproductive Health Rights in Tanzania.
After succeeding in raising its contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) in the past five years, the Mara Regional leaders recently directed all its local government authorities (LGAs) to set aside 5% of its budget towards improving family planning services.
The East African Legislative Assembly committee recently conducted public hearings on the East African Community (EAC) Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Bill 2017 in its five member countries (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda).
In marking the International Women’s Day this month, the Tanzania Parliamentary Association on Population and Development (TPAPD) proclaimed its commitment to make family planning a priority development agenda at all forums.