[UNFPA] Debark, Amhara region — “In this difficult situation, family planning will help me take care of my own health and safety and better care for my baby and family” says Nigiste, 21, a mother of a three-month-old son. After the conflict expanded from Tigray to her region in Amhara, she fled with her newborn son and now lives in Kulch-Meda, an internally displaced persons camp at the outskirts of Debark town. She receives family planning counseling at Marie Stopes International (MSI), a mobile clinic supported by UNFPA.
Ethiopia: Family Planning, a Life-Saving Intervention for Conflict-Affected Communities in Ethiopia
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