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SENENEWS.COM - "It is not to impose families to reduce their children" according to Wade

"It is not to impose families to reduce their children, but rather it is to explain." This was given the President of the Republic of Senegal on Tuesday at the opening of the International Conference on Family Planning. It attracted more than 2, 000 policy makers and public health experts in Dakar. The conference takes place from 29 November to 2 December 2011.

The world's leading experts on reproductive health and HIV are found in Dakar, Senegal, for the most important conference in the history of family planning. "We will proceed with the decentralization of family planning. Couples voluntarily limit their children. It does not impose, but to make them understand, "suggested the president Abdoulaye Wade.

"With children, you must feed them. In this harsh world, it takes hard work. To survive, it is good to limit the number of children, "said the head of state Abdoulaye Wade.

Senegal for President, it is a matter of personal freedom.

In any case, family planning is an issue it is time to put forward on the world stage.

The Dakar Conference will continue for the World Day against AIDS, December 1. Recent research has demonstrated the possibility of a link between hormonal contraception and Hiv, a special round table will bring together experts to discuss the conclusions to be drawn and ways to safely respond to this double need of protection for women, especially Africa.

Mamadou Lamin Mane

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