LATEST BLOG: We’re missing the full picture in reproductive choice
In a new blog post, Andrea Sprockett, Chief Operating Officer at Metrics for Management, argues for the need to include prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infertility in the reproductive health conversation. Full reproductive choice should encompass both the ability to prevent, delay, or stop a pregnancy, but also the ability to start it.
LATEST BLOG: Ending unsafe abortion in the tribal areas of Balochistan, Pakistan
In a new blog post, Gul Meena, Program Manager with YAD Pakistan, speaks of the challenges related to sexual and reproductive health and rights in Balochistan. The province is an under-developed part of Pakistan, a land of traditional people living under tribal systems, influenced by cultural norms, ancient values and a classic lifestyle.
NEW ISSUE LAUNCH: Exporting harm: Impact of the expanded Global Gag Rule on SRHR
In this virtual event, researchers shared the latest evidence of the Global Gag Rule’s impact in Kenya, Madagascar, and Nepal, and discussed the implications of their findings for health systems, civil society, and women and girls across these diverse contexts. This special issue and event are in collaboration with Columbia University.
LAUNCH OF OUR NEW FRENCH ISSUE: L’Afrique francophone: Quelles priorités en santé sexuelle et reproductive ?
On 8 October, we launched this new journal issue with a webinar. Expert panelists spoke of the challenges and opportunities related to sexual and reproductive health in Francophone Africa. This webinar was recorded in French.