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Organizations relating to Birth Control

International Youth Alliance for Family Planning / Washington DC, USA / Est. 2013
Fédération internationale des associés professionnels de l'avortement et de la contraception / Ternat, Belgium / Est. 1997
Sociedad Latinoamericana de Esterilización
Instituto de Ciencias Familiares / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1965
Latin American Consortium on Emergency Contraception / Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep / Est. 2000
International Contraceptive Access Foundation / Est. 2003
John Merck Fund / Est. 1970
Association for Population / Family Planning Libraries and Information Centers - International / Research Triangle Park NC, USA / Est. 1968
Guttmacher Institute / New York NY, USA / Est. 1968
Asia Pacific Council on Contraception / Herston QLD, Australia / Est. 2006
STOPP International / Stafford VA, USA / Est. 1985
African Conference on the Integrated Family Planning, Nutrition and Parasite Control Project
Pacific Islands Planned Parenthood Affiliation / Est. 1988
International Alliance for Planned Parenthood / London, UK
International Society for Advanced Contraception / Manchester, UK
International Advisory Committee on Population and Law / Est. 1971
Family Planning International Assistance / New York NY, USA / Est. 1971
Intergovernmental Coordinating Committee for Population and Family Planning in Southeast Asia
Program for the Introduction and Adaptation of Contraceptive Technology / Est. 1976
Société Francophone de Contraception / Paris, France / Est. 2000
ECafrique / New York NY, USA
Family Planning 2020 / Est. 2012
PAI / Washington DC, / Est. 1965
European Academy of Andrology / Budapest, / Est. 1992
World Federation for Hospital Sterilisation Sciences / Lucerne, / Est. 1999
Arab World Regional EC Network / Cambridge MA, / Est. 2003
European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health / Ternat, / Est. 1988
International Planned Parenthood Federation / London, / Est. 1952
International Consortium for Emergency Contraception / New York NY, / Est. 1995
CONRAD / Arlington VA, / Est. 1986

View all profiles (62 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Birth Control

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate family planning education
Lack of family planning information
Discrimination in family planning facilities
Inadequacy of contraceptive methods
Coercive population control
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Opposition to population control and family planning
Negative effects of family planning education on children
Health hazards of oral contraceptives
Health hazards of artificial birth control
Birth prevention
Denial of right of family planning
Inadequate family planning programmes

Action Strategies relating to Birth Control

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Improving contraceptive methods
Improving male contraceptive methods
Reducing discrimination in family planning facilities
Evaluating family planning
Fostering linkages between family planning and social welfare
Publicizing family planning methods
Promoting contraceptive use
Sterilizing male pest populations
Protesting against involuntary sterilization
Requiring compulsory sterilization
Monitoring contraceptive failure
Improving access to contraceptives for unmarried people
Abstaining from contraceptives
Advancing family planning
Increasing effectiveness of birth control
Reducing global inequality of distribution of family planning education and facilities
Promoting traditional family planning
Providing sufficient family-planning education
Encouraging family planning schemes
Promoting voluntary surgical contraception
Training in clinical family planning
Undermining population control and family planning
Legislating family size
Publicizing negative effects of family planning education
Reducing individual fertility

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