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The Guardian: Family planning in Madagascar – lessons from a conservation NGO by Emilie Filou

26
Sep

Emilie Filou writes “The national contraception use rate in Madagascar is 29%. Yet in Velondriake, a remote area in the southwest of the country, it is 55%. Just 10% of the community were using contraceptives in 2007 when the marine conservation organisation Blue Ventures launched Safidy, its family planning programme. So how did it do it?”

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