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Dear Friends of K4Health,

Today we're thrilled to officially announce the launch of Family Planning Voices (FP Voices). Led by K4Health and FP2020, FP Voices is a one-year initiative to document and share real stories from individuals around the world who are passionate about family planning
people like Maurice, Alexandrine, Sukarwi, and Rasheda.
Maurice Hiza, National Family Planning Coordinator, Ministry of Health

"Women really need to make their own informed decisions. They should not be restricted by their male partners. A woman should make decisions [about] her own body."
Alexandrine Benoit, Family Planning Client, Profamil Clinic
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

"I would like [my children's] lives to be different, especially the way in which I had my first child. I never had the chance to finish school. I want them to finish school."
Sukarwi, Head of Leran Wetan Family Planning Village Team, Palan Sub-district

"We started our work as the Family Planning Village Team by mapping the number of couples of reproductive age by name and address...We go directly to those on our list...With this approach, we have already made good progress. As of August 2015, our long-acting and permanent method rate is 20.34%."
Rasheda Furmoli, Family Planning Team Leader, Ministry of Health

"I'm a woman, and I want to support women in Afghanistan. I'm a doctor, and I'm also [a woman who drives], which is rare in my country. Three months ago, a colleague was beaten and burned - she was only 27 years old. We are afraid now, but we continue to work. If security improves here, then family planning will be successful.
Read K4Health Director Tara Sullivan's commentary on our inspirations and hopes for FP Voices. Then add your voice to the global conversation.


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