The Philippines government is championing a form of family planning used by only one percent of women interested in planning their families.
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post. As the political leader of the pro-choice movement, NARAL Pro-Choice America mark’s President Obama’s 100 day milestone as yet another reminder of how electing leaders who support the fundamental American values of freedom and privacy does make a difference in the lives of women and their families.
Colorado’s Senate Bill 225 reminds us that there is still a great deal of hostility toward birth control in this country, and one of the most glaring examples of this hostility is in the
The goal of a Georgetown University study is to integrate “natural family planning” into the contraceptive services offered by Title X recipients. That sends warning signs flashing.
White House starts to clean house at USAID; "faith-based" administrator Kent Hill gets the boot.
International sexual and reproductive health and rights leaders today spoke out against the Bush administration’s directive to African governments to refuse to provide contraceptive supplies to clinics run by Marie Stopes International, the international family planning provider.
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Senators Olympia Snowe (R-ME) and Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) reached across the aisle to pass Senate Resolution 616 that focuses attention on the crisis of maternal health in this country. The U.S. has one of the highest maternal mortality rates of any industrialized nation and ranks 41st worldwide.
A new US presidential administration can revitalize support for UNFPA and reorient USAID, which will go a long way in creating more breathing space for local reproductive health advocacy in the Philippines.
Since the nineties, international donor aid has shifted priority away from family planning programs in Latin America. Now women’s advocacy groups are trying to bring attention back to their region.