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African leaders, worldwide community must act about commitments produced at London family planning summit In this UNFPA opinion piece, Babatunde Osotimehin, U.N . Under-secretary-general and UNFPA executive director, and Sharon Camp, president and CEO of the Guttmacher Institute, reflect on last month’s London Summit on Family members Arranging, where ‘leaders from 18 African countries produced unprecedented commitments – – financially and politically – – to strengthen their family planning applications,’ and highlight ‘[a] fresh research by the Guttmacher Institute and UNFPA [that] shows there’s been minimal progress in addressing the contraceptive requirements of African women during the past four years.’ They discuss uneven progress ‘in meeting the demand for contraceptive services’ over the continent and compose, ‘Now it is up to all of Africa’s leaders and the worldwide community to accomplish their part through a sustained commitment to improving the provision of contraceptive solutions’ .

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