Family Planning: Challenges & Choices in Africa

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A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa.
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This week, The Takeaway has been talking about the world's growing population which is quickly approaching the 10 billion mark.

Anders Kelto, Africa Correspondent for PRI's The World, shares a glimpse of the issues Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Africa face when it comes to family planning. Those issues range from getting men to participate in the conversation to tackling infertility.

Kelto's three-part series "Family Choices: Fertility and Infertility in Africa" recently aired on The World. He joins the program to discuss his findings and why the family planning concerns of the continent vary widely by region.