Five years after the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD +5), the UN General Assembly met in special session to review progress towards achieving the ICPD goals. The special session (commonly known as ICPD +5), has given a new set of benchmarks..

In Africa, the 46 Ministers of Health have been heavily involved in the process to reposition family planning under the leadership of Burea Africa (WHO / AFRO). African ministers have signed in September 2004 in Brazzaville, the plane’s orientation program repositioning of the PF for the next ten years.

Meeting these challenges and others requires a sharp change in policies and programs. We now talk to reposition family planning. In February 2005, in Accra, Ghana, about three hundred delegates from countries of West Africa attended a conference on the repositioning of family planning. The aim of the conference was to promote in the country’s commitment to the repositioning of the PF as a strategic objective for health and the Millennium Development Goals.

Promotion of FP can not give meaningful results without taking greater account of the sociocultural environment. In many African countries south of the Sahara including Senegal, religious leaders and were often very early associated with the implementation of family planning programs. The Catholic Church recommends natural methods of family planning for responsible parenthood. Muslim religious leaders recognize them, it is possible to space births for the health of mother and child and to use reliable contraception in the context of modern medicine. But these Muslim religious leaders ensure that this remains within the couple united by marriage and does not affect adolescent (e) s. (See article on youth and teens).

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