In Tanzania, increased investments in family planning could help 4.3 million escape poverty, lessen food insecurity by an additional 38%, and decrease the proportion of children engaged in child labor by 23% over the next ten years. Get the facts.
HP+ contributes to optimizing health resources and fostering more equitable, sustainable, rights-based health services, supplies, and delivery systems.
This World Cancer Day, Malawi continues to execute its national strategy to strengthen cancer screening and services.
This Universal Health Coverage Day we focus attention on the imperative for effective leadership and management.
A national symposium in Malawi convened health leaders and stakeholders who made commitments to improve health services for women and youth.
HP+ Deputy Director of Family Planning, Jay Gribble, gives his insight on the ICPD Summit held in Nairobi, Kenya.
Indonesia’s National Institute of Health Research and Development (Balitbangkes) released a series of policy briefs containing recommendations for addressing Indonesia’s high maternal and neonatal mortality rates.