International seminar on promoting postpartum and post-abortion family planning: Challenges and opportunities

Abstract

An estimated 222 million women in low and middle income countries would like to delay or stop childbearing but are not using any method of contraception. Against this background, the IUSSP Scientific Panel on Reproductive Health, in collaboration with the Population Council, India, and the Department of Reproductive Health and Research, World Health Organization held a seminar on “Promoting postpartum and post-abortion family planning: Challenges and Opportunities” in Cochin, India, 11-13 November 2014.This report highlights the main findings presented.

Citation

Anon. International seminar on promoting postpartum and post-abortion family planning: Challenges and opportunities. (2014) 14 pp.

International seminar on promoting postpartum and post-abortion family planning: Challenges and opportunities

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