Nurse Jane in Kenya learned new family planning technologies. Now women in her community have more information and more options available to them.
The SDG indicators will guide us to progress. But is one missing?
Contraception has already changed the world for us all. Where will it take us as the next 15 years unfold?
Use of contraceptives reduces maternal mortality by nearly a third. So let’s make it an option for everyone.
Contraception makes health sense and financial sense. Now is the time to make sure countries are ready to take advantage of it.
Vasectomy is safe, effective, and leads to greater gender equity. So why hasn’t it caught on in many low-income countries?
As we celebrate International Youth Day, we’re talking with young people about planning their futures.
The government of Senegal suspected that contraceptives weren’t consistently available at local health facilities. They were right.
For less than the cost of a cheeseburger per American per year, we could reduce population growth by 500 million. What's the holdup?
In Senegal, health workers and clients alike are loving Sayana Press, a new injectable contraceptive that’s easy to administer and pain-free.