Kenya falters on family planning vow
18 July 2012, 12:38
Nairobi - Kenya failed to make specific commitments on the use of family planning during a London summit that was attended by major international donors and 69 countries.
In a media briefing to Capital News, African Institute for Development Policy Executive Director Eliyas Zulu who attended the meeting told Capital FM News that majority of the other countries present made specific commitments to increase their financial budgets for family planning and or make family planning national priority.
Kenya was represented at the summit by Planning Minister Wycliffe Oparanya.
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