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Better Birth Control: Improving Access and Increasing Demand

Tammi Fleming
Senior Associate
The Annie E. Casey Foundation

Birth control is a key element in ensuring that women and men can plan their pregnancies. It has been transformative for society, allowing women to pursue education and career goals, and improving maternal and child health. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers birth control to be one of the 10 great public health achievements in the twentieth century. However, too often, women are unable to access all birth control methods, including new methods that are easiest to use. Philanthropy must explore new initiatives to expand access to and demand for all birth control methods.

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