Cellphones Set to Improve Family Planning in Tanzania

Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Donan Mmbando has said that mobile phone technology will increase access to reproductive health services. Statistics show that only 28 percent of the population uses family planning in Tanzania.

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A mother and her newborn child. Family planning has been said to be a key determinant of development.

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