May 28, 2013News Blog Post
Watch the live webcast from the Women Deliver 2013 conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Read more.
February 11, 2013News Blog Post
In March 2012, radical Islamists seized the city of Gao, in northern Mali, including the local hospital. The rebels forced fistula clients to flee into the streets -- but 12 of the 15 patients who had been hospitalized for fistula repair at the time of the attack have now been located. Read more.
January 23, 2013News Blog Post
It was the end of three days of meetings, and I seriously considered skipping out on the closing plenary session. But – I knew Dr. Mahmoud Fathalla would be speaking and I have learned that one should never miss an opportunity to hear his thoughts. For those uninitiated, Dr. Fathalla is a professor at Assiut University in Egypt, a former head of the reproductive health division at WHO, and the father of the Safe Motherhood initiative. He was also a member of EngenderHealth’s Board of Directors for a long period of time. Read more.
October 25, 2012News Blog Post
While the economy has dominated most of the presidential campaign, the ballots cast on November 6 will decide more than just jobs—they will impact women’s health and rights, including their reproductive choice, equality, and access to contraception and health care. Read more.
October 11, 2012News Blog Post
Today is October 11, 2012—a day of firsts for girls and women! Not only is it the inaugural International Day of the Girl, it’s also the launch of Catapult, a new crowd-funding vehicle aimed at supporting women and girls. Read more.