Author Archives: Jeff

As Canada Retreats from Africa, Will the U.S. Step Up?

First published on RH Reality Check “Canada has pulled away from Africa,” remarked Canadian MP Dr. Keith Martin during the House of Parliament screening of The Silent Partner: HIV in Marriage in Ottawa, “and it is appalling.”  Though it was … Continue reading »

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Population, Family Planning and Presidential Priorities

Over the last week, the American people and financial markets around the world watched as Congress debated an eye-popping $700 billion dollar economic rescue for the American economy.  Lost amidst the media’s coverage of the rescue plan was another Congressional … Continue reading »

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“The Way Things Are” in Togo

Jeffrey Locke recently joined PAI as a Legislative Policy Associate, where he will help educate policymakers and their staff about the importance of international family planning and reproductive health programs.  In this blog, he talks about why, after two years … Continue reading »

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