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Theodora Nyamekye Yeboah Sep 28
Family planning helps prevent unintended pregnancies and abortion
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Rhea Jane Sep 29
since HMOs in the PH don't cover the cost of contraceptives (afaik), do check out health centers and NGOs like Likhaan. They offer consultation + ❗FREE❗ birth control options (pills, IUD, injectable, implant) spread the word to save a sister 💜 (late tweet)
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NARAL Sep 26
It’s World Contraception Day, so here’s a reminder that EVERYONE deserves access to a wide range of safe, effective birth control methods to choose what works best for them. We ALL need the freedom to decide whether or when to become a parent.
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EVA Nigeria. Sep 26
Myths about contraceptives limit young people’s access and use. It is their right to have access to contraceptive method(s) of their choice for multiple protections from unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections – including HIV
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PiloloGH #WCD2019 Sep 26
World Contraception Day takes place on September 26th every year. The day's mission is to improve awareness of all contraceptive methods available and enable young people to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health. Join the conversation on twitter
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Tabitha Mugure Sep 26
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Dr Aine Murphy Sep 26
Today is World Contraception Day . should be part of the State Contraception Scheme. They are the most effective, failure rate <1%
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Heather D Boonstra Sep 26
In recent decades, great progress has been made to develop & improve contraceptive methods that better meet people’s needs & protect their autonomy. R&D is critical to maintaining this momentum. Here are a few key areas for innovation:
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Plan Int' Zimbabwe Sep 26
We believe girls and young women, including those with disabilities have the right to access contraception free of discrimination, stigma and coercion! With support from Sweden we work with girls and young women empowering,them with information on contraception choices
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She Decides KENYA Sep 26
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A Babe Sep 26
Today is the World Contraception Day. Take Responsibility for your Life. Know your Contraceptive Methods and make use of them. Let's all and avoid unwanted pregnancies and children.
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FamilyPlanningVIC🌈 Sep 25
It's World Contraception Day! Contraception is vital to prevent unplanned pregnancies and lower your risk of STIs. Have a chat to a trusted health professional, and for more information on contraception options visit
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AYARHEP-KENYA Sep 26
By preventing unintended pregnancy, family planning /contraception prevents deaths of mothers and children..
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K. René Sep 26
Imagine a pregnant 12year old. Okay, now stop imagining. That stuff is actually happening and needs to be stopped.
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Idowu Winner Adeniyi Sep 26
Contraception is done for various reasons, know why you want one and get more information about the contraceptive most suitable for you. Preferably from a medical personnel.
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120 Under 40 Sep 26
This we'd like to celebrate the power of having options. We commit to continue to work towards a future where all young people can access the contraceptive method of their choice free of barriers and or stigma. Happy World Contraception Day!!🎉🥳
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Marie Stopes Ghana Sep 26
Today is World Contraception Day! If women have fewer children and plan more time between their children when they want, not only their health will improve but also their development. Know Your Options, Make a Choice!
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Hadassah✨🌟 Sep 26
Contraception, unlike people know it, actually save lives. Not only does it prevent unwanted pregnancies, but also protects you from contracting various STIs. Why don't you today and find a method suitable for you from the various ones available?
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Marie Stopes International Sep 26
"Women don't lease their bodies from 👨‍⚖️ the state or ⛪️ the church. ✊ They own them." Remembering the words of our founder Dr Tim Black this
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ANGAZA YOUTH INITIATIVE Sep 26
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