In the struggle to end poverty, new ideas and powerful new voices are rising up, demanding change. And it's working.
In Niger, talking about sex and contraceptives isn’t always easy. But little by little, things are changing.
To make family planning work for young people, we need to look at the bigger picture.
Elle reports on the progress Senegal has made increasing the use of contraceptives—and the pioneers making it happen.
Don’t answer that. We’re just happy you’re celebrating.
When it comes to who’s using contraception, we aren’t even close to 50-50.
A new partnership expands access to high-quality vasectomy services.
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.