Reproductive Health Supplies

Developing Country Advocates Urge Action on Maternal Health Supplies

This week, PAI sponsored several of our partners from the Global South to attend the Maternal Health Supplies Caucus at the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition annual meeting in Delhi, India. There is no substitute for country voices and we were … Continue Reading

Reproductive Health Supplies

Her Body, Her Choice Why Method Mix Matters in Family Planning

As the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition’s annual meeting gets underway in New Delhi, it seems an opportune moment to consider some of the challenges surrounding access to reproductive health supplies in the world’s second most populous country. Nearly 40 percent … Continue Reading

Contraceptives and Condoms, Family Planning, Reproductive Health Supplies

Delivering on the Right to Contraception in Latin America

“There is nothing more beautiful than to give birth to a baby who is planned and wanted,” says Sandra Lopez, a midwife in Guatemala, in the opening sequence of Con las Manos Vacias: Delivering on the Right to Contraception. “…The … Continue Reading

Family Planning, Maternal Health, Reproductive Health Supplies

Syria’s Expectant Mothers Face Dual Perils of Bombs and Birth

Imagine what it would be like to live in a city under siege. Now imagine that you are just weeks, or even days, away from giving birth. Do you remain where you are, knowing that when the time comes you … Continue Reading

Family Planning, International Policies, Maternal Health, Reproductive Health Supplies

New World Bank Report: Better Reproductive Health = Better World

The World Bank just released Closing the Deadly Gap Between What We Know and What We Do: Investing In Women’s Reproductive Health (shown above) for Women Deliver.  Its basic message is that investments in reproductive health are essential for development. In … Continue Reading

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Supplies and Demand

In sub-Saharan Africa, 270,000 women die each year due to complications from pregnancy and childbirth. We know access to family planning can reduce this number. Yet for 35 million women in the region, family planning supplies and services remain out … Continue Reading