How does USAID provide family planning assistance to the developing world?
USAID’s family planning programs range from health to social to technical interventions and assistance. USAID supports programs in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union at the host government’s request. The Agency’s strategy for family planning is to provide high quality, voluntary health care services that are easily available to many people. Essential elements of our programs include counseling and services, training of health workers, contraceptive supplies and their distribution, financial management, public education and marketing, and biomedical and contraceptive research and development. USAID support is based on a broad reproductive health approach which emphasizes choice among a wide range of contraceptives, improved quality of care, and client-centered services. USAID family planning programs are increasingly integrated with other community-based efforts to improve maternal and child health, enhance w
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