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Added on 2019-10-18
This text discusses women's health issues, with a focus on contraception and fertility in Egypt. A demographic and health survey was conducted in 2005, providing information about health, fertility, family planning, child and maternal health, and nutrition. Women's access to contraception has adverse effects on women's health and fertility. Short birth intervals have an adverse impact on women's and infant health. Family planning campaigns were conducted for optimal birth spacing. Modern contraceptive leads to a reduction in unwanted pregnancy, high fertility, and maternal mortality rates. The Egyptian government sponsored programs that provide free contraception to citizens. In 1985, Egypt signed the treaty of the committee on the elimination of discrimination against women.