With the recently concluded International Conference on Family Planning fresh in people’s minds, the editors of Global Health: Science and Practice are pleased to feature a number of family planning articles in its most recent issue. Issue 3 features articles that add to the evidence base that using community health workers (CHWs) to provide injectable contraceptives is safe and acceptable—and appears to be cost-effective when added to the work of existing CHWs.
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GHSP is published quarterly by USAID in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief James D. Shelton, MD, MPH of USAID.
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