Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

10/3/13

Supporting Access to Family Planning and Post-Abortion Care in Emergencies

In line with CARE’s commitment to the needs and rights of women and girls, SAFPAC integrates essential sexual and reproductive health services into new and ongoing humanitarian

10/3/13

CARE Initiative Almost Doubles Family Planning Rate in Ethiopia

The Family Planning Results Initiative was implemented in Rwanda, Kenya, and Ethiopia with the goal of increasing and sustaining the use of family planning. The program aimed to achieve this goal by both improving the quality and availabi

10/3/13

Using All Means to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Tékponon Jikuagou (TJ), which loosely translates to “using all means to reduce maternal mortality,” is an innovative project designed to address unmet need for family planning in Benin by intervening through women’s and men’s social networks.   

10/3/13

CARE Uncovers a Strong Force of Support in Chad

CARE’s Supporting Access to Family Planning and Post Abortion Care (SAFPAC) initiative, operating in Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo and Pakistan, integrates essential sexual and reproductive health services into new and ongoing humani

9/26/13

Program Highlight: “Using all means to reduce maternal mortality”

Tékponon Jikuagou (TJ), which loosely translates to “using all means to reduce maternal mortality,” is an innovative project designed to address unmet need for family planning in Benin by intervening through women’s and men’s social netwo

7/11/12

CARE Commends Groundbreaking London Summit on Family Planning

CARE applauds global community for standing by girls and women and urges the global community to honor commitments made at the summit

7/1/12

CARE's Top 10 Tips for World Leaders Attending the London Summit on Family Planning

Gender equality cannot be achieved if women cannot control if and when they have children. As world leaders convene on July 11, 2012, for the family planning summit, CARE offers our Top 10 Tips on how to meet the family planning needs of women in the world’s poorest countries by 2020.  

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