Fred Sai

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"Fred Sai, an internationally renowned advocate for women and adolescents’ reproductive health and rights, was born and educated in Ghana. He attended the Harvard School of Public Health on a World Health Organization Fellowship in 1959, and co-founded the Ghana Planned Parenthood Association. Serving as the director of medical services for Ghana from 1970–1972, Sai played an integral role in developing the nation’s population policies. The president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation from 1989–1995, Sai participated in several major international and national conferences on family planning, including the International Conferences on Population in Mexico City in 1984 and in Cairo in 1994. The recipient of numerous awards, he is an honorary professor of community health at the University of Ghana Medical School, and an advisor on population, reproductive health, and HIV/AIDS to the president of Ghana." [1]

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  1. Fred Sai, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, accessed November 25, 2011.
  2. Margaret Sanger Award, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, accessed November 25, 2011.