Kenyan clergy push for family planning at global health forum in Indonesia

Rev Andrew Kayingera of Kigali, Rwanda, addresses a side meeting for religious le‎aders ahead of the International Conference on Family meeting at Nusa Dua, Indonesia. PHOTO | NJERI RUGENE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • The representatives from the Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims, the Christian Health Association of Kenya, the Kenya Muslim Youth Alliance, the Hindu Council of Kenya and the Faith Network are part of the clergy from 26 countries who are meeting to coordinate their contributions in the arena of family planning.
  • The four-day conference that opened on Monday brings together thousands of global health experts and policymakers, researchers, youth leaders, religious leaders and family planning advocates



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