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Using radio to promote family planning in sub-Saharan Africa



Using radio to promote family planning in sub-Saharan Africa



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Family planning programmes in sub-Saharan Africa (42 countries and 450 million population), the fastest growing and poorest region in the world, need effective communications campaigns to educate people about the benefits of contraception, help change attitudes about fertility control and family size, and provide information abour available contraceptive methods and family planning services.

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