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(ALL INTERNAL and LIMITED EXTERNAL USES AUTHORIZED) The Ezekiel family in Nkonkwa. Celina 14, (in red) Maritatha 15, (black on right) Felister  12, (bottom left) Fodensia, 8, bottom right, Thalisius, 6bottom middle)  Emiliana (2) in arms of Susan Kabigwa (wearing (brown shirt). The head of the family is Kaboya, 40. The Nature Conservancy is launching a large-scale effort in the Greater Mahale Ecosystem, with Pathfinder International and the Frankfurt Zoological Society to address chimpanzee habitat protection, fisheries management, freshwater protection and community development—including reproductive health. PHOTO CREDIT: © Ami Vitale

Climate Change, Health, and Population Dynamics: A View from Tanzania    

One progressive way of helping at-risk people adapt to climate change is to improve their health. Voluntary family planning, which greatly improves women’s health, could play a part in a rights-based strategy that advances adaptive capacity and women’s health simultaneously.