Family Planning and Poverty
The lack of access to efficient and affordable family planning services has been shown to reduce poverty. Family planning services not only benefit the financial status of women and families. It also positively affects the health of women and the health and wellness of their children. This project evaluates the affects of access to family planning services on poverty, as well as on the health of mothers and children.
Kidd, Sophie, "Family Planning and Poverty" (2021). Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry. 177.