Financing and Aid Effectiveness, Reproductive Health Supplies

11 Steps to More Money A Q&A with Dr. Moses Muwonge, author of the 11-Step Budget Advocacy Guide

Budget advocacy is one of the most powerful tools civil society can use to hold governments accountable for commitments made around family planning and reproductive health. PAI sat with Dr. Moses Muwonge, budget expert and author of the 11-Step Budget … Continue Reading

Integration - HIV/AIDS

World AIDS Day for Women and Girls

This Monday, December 1st, was World AIDS Day, and this year there was a lot to celebrate. New HIV infections have dropped 38 percent since 2001 and the number of AIDS related deaths continues to decline—down 35 percent since 2005. … Continue Reading

Family Planning, Maternal Health

Giving Thanks and Giving Back

Happy Thanksgiving! We’re all aware today is a day for giving thanks, and tomorrow and Monday are days for getting deals. But did you know that Tuesday is a day for giving back? Well, you do now. Next Tuesday, Dec. … Continue Reading

Security and Governance, U.S. Foreign Assistance

Women and War: The Need for Comprehensive Post-Rape Care

“It has probably become more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier in armed conflict.”  ~ Major-General Patrick Cammaert, former commander of United Nations (U.N.) peacekeeping forces in the eastern Congo During the past two decades, the world has … Continue Reading

Youth

No More Excuses: It’s Time to Collect Data on Young People

We often hear health statistics quoted for youth age 15 and up, children under 5, or women of reproductive age (15-49) to help tell their stories, and show why it’s important to invest in programs for these groups. Yet there’s … Continue Reading

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