Family Planning and the Environment: Connected Through Human and Community Well-Being

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This issue of Outlook examines the relationships between family planning and the environment, including key lessons learned from integrated or linked family planning and conservation interventions. The author targets family planning practitioners who are seeking new ways of reframing a fundamental issue – how family planning and the environment relate within the context of well-being and promoting social equity. Case studies from projects in the Philippines and Uganda demonstrate the possibilities and challenges of operationally linking family planning and environmental interventions on the ground.

Year: 2010

Source: PATH | Outlook

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