Demand for family planning doesn’t disappear during a pandemic.
What have we achieved on the road to making universal access to family planning a reality? And what's next?
Contraception, sex ed, fistula, female genital mutilation—this group tackles them all.
By 2100, the world’s population will rise to 11 billion. But that doesn’t mean family planning investments aren’t working.
A tidal wave of youth is fast approaching the shores of adult society. It’s time to ensure they are part of the global conversation.
The U.S. contribution to family planning programs represents less than one cheeseburger per American per year. We can do better.
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
What future awaits girls beyond today's war, disease, and inequality?
For less than the cost of a cheeseburger per American per year, we could reduce population growth by 500 million. What's the holdup?
These 10 stories highlight some of today's most critical global health trends—and how they affect the most vulnerable among us.