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Partnerships to Advance Family Planning: Lessons from Senegal

The CSIS Global Health Policy Center interviews Senegalese minister of health, Dr. Awa Marie Coll-Seck, about her commitment to family planning, and releases a new commentary, “Strategic Partnerships to Advance Family Planning,” to share lessons learned from Senegal’s family planning program experience.

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Partnerships to Advance Family Planning: Lessons from Senegal

The CSIS Global Health Policy Center interviews Senegalese minister of health, Dr. Awa Marie Coll-Seck, about her commitment to family planning, and releases a new commentary, “Strategic Partnerships to Advance Family Planning,” to share lessons learned from Senegal’s family planning program experience.

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The Case for a Safe Space: Libraries Empower Women In Asia

Libraries are a solution: they offer an "integrated delivery" model that provides women with a safe space and access to essential information on health, livelihoods, rights, and more.

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The Last Hunger Season, Part 1 – The Expanding Possibilities of Family Farmers

Zipporah Biketi was living in a shrinking world when I first met her back in 2011. Her imagination rarely stretched beyond the boundaries of her small family farm in western Kenya

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Un modèle de partenariat pour innover dans la lutte contre la malnutrition

Pour moi, la lutte contre la malnutrition constitue un des plus grands défis auxquels est confrontée notre génération. Cet avis est basé sur des évidences.

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Striving to Impact 100 Million: The Launch of a New Digital Financial Services Innovation Lab in East Africa

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is excited to embark on a new collaboration with MasterCard to open the “MasterCard Labs for Financial Inclusion,” a new initiative based in East Africa, which we hope will yield innovative strategies and impactful results to drive progress in serving the unbanked poor worldwide.

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