In Ghana, It Now Appears the Total Fertility Rate is Rising

November 18, 2015 • Daily Email Recap

Improving Family Planning uptake in Ghana
Stakeholders working to promote Family Planning (FP) in Ghana have made several recommendations to strengthen ongoing efforts at influencing increased FP uptake in the country.
The recommendations include broad strategies that are expected to reinforce ongoing efforts at addressing the imbalances in the quality and quantum of FP services currently available to the different segments of the Ghanaian population.
The recommendations were captured in a report of  a ‘Day of Dialogue’ on FP in Ghana convened by the Ministry of Health/Ghana Health Service, in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), to galvanise multiple stakeholder support for improving FP uptake in Ghana within the next five to seven years.

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