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Full Choice of Family Planning is…

Kadija, Ethiopia

“Full Choice is the right for couples to choose and having full information on all types of family planning methods.” 

Hilary, USA

“Full Choice is any method, any time its needed for anyone!”

#FullChoice is anytime, any method for anyone! ~ Hilary, USA #icfplive

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De Nay, Myanmar

“Full Choice is important to both consumers and providers.”

#FullChoice is important to both consumers and providers. #icfplive

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Edem, Togo

“Full Choice is le bien être de ma famaille. [The well-being of my family.]”

#FullChoice is le bien être de ma famaille. [The well-being of my family.] – Edem, Togo #ICFP2013

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Sarah, USA

“Full Choice is women’s empowerment.”

#FullChoice is women's empowerment. – Sarah, USA

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Tigist, Ethiopia

“Full Choice is having the right to choose different methods of family planning.” 

Bereket, Ethiopia

“Full Choice is genius!”

#FullChoice is genius. – Bereket Diriba, Ethiopia #icfp2013

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Hi everyone! I recently earned my Master’s degree in International Development from The New School in New York City in May 2012. With a concentration in International Development and Global Health, I have worked behind the scenes as a Research Intern for the PBS documentary Half the Sky in addition to serving as the Research and Advocacy Intern for The Hunger Project. Globally, I have taught English to kindergartners in China, have researched clean water and HIV/AIDS in Kenya, and have gained first-hand experience understanding how migrants and refugees deal with public health issues in both Mexico and Thailand. I am especially interested in food security, nutrition and hunger and the role of women and girls in each of these issues. In my free time, I enjoy playing with my ever-so-fluffy Siberian Husky, eating delicious food, training for marathons and traveling. Follow me on Twitter @E_Epstein!

2 Comments

  1. michael mazur says

    Do traditional Ethiopian cooking recipes include boiling up chicken, goat, sheep, and beef bones for stock to be used as the basis for soups and stews especially made for expectant and nursing mothers ?

  2. Pingback: Girls’ Globe Reports Live from ICFP: Coverage Archive | Degrees Live

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