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The Sukh Initiative is Pakistan's first urban family planning project launched in November 2013 with assistance from The Aman Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and The David and Lucile Packard Foundation.
The CIP is a multi-year roadmap designed to help governments achieve family planning goals by prioritizing interventions, engaging stakeholders, forecasting costs and by mobilizing resources to meet gaps in health and family planning services.
The department is trying to raise awareness about maternal and child health by sensitizing the public about family planning,' he said.
Conclusion: The study reveals positive attitude and poor knowledge of family planning methods among almost half of the study participants who are educated and are resident of urban Islamabad.
Mansoor Qaisar said that 120Under40 highlights some of the best and brightest young people in the field of Family Planning and Reproductive Health.
Self-administered comprehensive proforma was used to collect data for demographic information and information regarding their knowledge, attitude, and practices of family planning methods.
According to EO 12, out of the 6 million women with unmet needs for modern family planning, 2 million have been identified as poor.
They will work in at least four to five adjacent districts of UP and Bihar, and contract local private health provider, standalone clinics, private accredited facilities, community- based health organisations, NGOs working in the health sector to join a franchised chain for quality family planning services.
Among more than 900 peer-reviewed scientific papers published since 2005, the Family Planning and Environmental Sustainability Assessment (FPESA), a project of Worldwatch Institute, Washington, D.
Dr Meher Taj Roghani who spoke on the occasion mentioned that KP should reinforce and emphasize the importance of family planning by developing partnership with private sector.
In the study, researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign examined data from the 2006-2010 National Survey of Family Growth to find the percentage of men ages 15 to 44 in need of family planning, based on their sexual behavior, fertility and hopes to avoid pregnancy with their partners.

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