Most women in the MENA region know something about modern contraception, but more-educated women tend to know about a wider range of available methods and where to get them. In Egypt, 69 percent of married women ages 15 to 49 who had completed secondary school reported seeing family planning messages in newspapers or magazines, compared with 32 percent of those who had completed only primary school. 15 Women with more education are also more likely to discuss family planning issues with their husbands.
Canadians enjoy universal health care coverage , with all residents having access to free medical care through a government-provided program. Canada has a strong public school system and highly-ranked universities. In a recent study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) , Canadian students demonstrated above-average math and science performances, placing in the top 10 of all participants. Canada's top universities include the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia and McGill University. Canada also boasts a generous national paid leave program for new parents.