Pathways Spring 2014
Contraception & Family Planning
April 2014
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Reproductive Choice: Protecting Nature and Human Rights

Right now, communities in some of the most remote places of the world face two interconnected crises—how to protect their health and the environment they depend on. The problems are complex. And Pathfinder is up to the challenge.

This Spring 2014 edition of Pathways explores Pathfinder's population, health, and environment work in Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda.

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