FAMILY PLANNING

DANIEL OTIENO: Time to revise birth control regulations

In Summary
  • Implants, which are the most effective and can be used over a long period of time, are in demand but are unavailable.
  • Birth control reduces poverty. Where pregnancy is planned, basic needs, including financial, are easily met.

Strict regulations on access to birth control methods contribute to unintended pregnancies not only among young girls but also among older women.

The birth control methods may be available at ...

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