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HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius with Andrew Levack (of our Gender Matters project) & reps from the Office of Adolescent Health! #wheresthefp

HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius with Andrew Levack (of our Gender Matters project) & reps from the Office of Adolescent Health! #wheresthefp

Developing country advocates are urging the international community to invest in maternal health supplies. The longer we wait, the more women will die from preventable complications.

Developing country advocates are urging the international community to invest in maternal health supplies. The longer we wait, the more women will die from preventable complications.

At a recent conference with PAI, Senator Gwen Margolis (Democrat, FL-35) warned that in the U.S. “we’re going backwards, we’re not going forward,” but noted that young people offer hope for the future, working in tandem with older generations who know what it was like to see friends die because of lack of access to reproductive health services, including safe abortion services.

At a recent conference with PAI, Senator Gwen Margolis (Democrat, FL-35) warned that in the U.S. “we’re going backwards, we’re not going forward,” but noted that young people offer hope for the future, working in tandem with older generations who know what it was like to see friends die because of lack of access to reproductive health services, including safe abortion services.

Did you know Peace Corps volunteers have reported 1,000 sexual assaults over the past ten years? Shouldn't they have access to abortion services and other medical care? We think so.

Did you know Peace Corps volunteers have reported 1,000 sexual assaults over the past ten years? Shouldn't they have access to abortion services and other medical care? We think so.

Essential Care for Every Baby

Essential Care for Every Baby

The US teen birth rate has dropped by nearly half since 1991! More education and support is needed for young mothers!

U.S. Teen Birth Rate Plummets: Report

The US teen birth rate has dropped by nearly half since 1991! More education and support is needed for young mothers!

*Every Mother Counts.org*  "What is Every Mother Counts?...  Every Mother Counts is an advocacy and mobilization campaign to increase education and support for maternal and child health.  Every Mother Counts seeks to engage new audiences to better understand the challenges and the solutions while encouraging them to take action to improve the lives of girls and women worldwide... hundreds of thousands of women die each year during childbirth -- 90% of these deaths are preventable.  Every…

*Every Mother Counts.org* "What is Every Mother Counts?... Every Mother Counts is an advocacy and mobilization campaign to increase education and support for maternal and child health. Every Mother Counts seeks to engage new audiences to better understand the challenges and the solutions while encouraging them to take action to improve the lives of girls and women worldwide... hundreds of thousands of women die each year during childbirth -- 90% of these deaths are preventable. Every…

@theguardian called 2014 “a watershed year for women, and for feminism.” Our Top 10 WTFP?! Moments of 2014 Storify looks back at some of our favorite reproductive & sexual health stories. #wheresthefp

@theguardian called 2014 “a watershed year for women, and for feminism.” Our Top 10 WTFP?! Moments of 2014 Storify looks back at some of our favorite reproductive & sexual health stories. #wheresthefp

Women are disproportionately affected by natural disasters and displacement. In crisis settings, there's an increased risk of unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortions, and increased vulnerability to sexual violence.

Women are disproportionately affected by natural disasters and displacement. In crisis settings, there's an increased risk of unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortions, and increased vulnerability to sexual violence.

222 million women want contraception, but cannot access it. If the U.S. would pay their fair share, we could have saved more than 1 million lives last year.

222 million women want contraception, but cannot access it. If the U.S. would pay their fair share, we could have saved more than 1 million lives last year.

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