In West Africa, 225 women die every day while giving birth. The sub region has one of the world’s lowest contraceptive prevalence rates, among the highest total fertility rates, and a high unmet need for family planning. The USAID AWARE II project expanded the use of regionally proven best practices in family planning and reproductive health, HIV & AIDS, and maternal, neonatal and child health throughout West Africa. This exhibit shares the couple of days I spent in Togo at the launching of 250 Community Health Workers and visiting Civil Society Organizations supported by the project.
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Management Sciences for Health