Media Resources

214 million women in the developing world who want access to contraceptives and family planning can’t get them. EngenderHealth’s “WTFP?!” campaign aims to engage Americans in the movement to expand global access to family planning. Family planning is central to global development goals: When women have access to family planning they are more likely to survive childbirth, have healthier children, go further in their education and earn more.

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Social Media Resources

  • Check out our Social Media Toolkit, complete with graphics and videos to post on Facebook, Twitter, and everywhere else.
  • Tell the world you're asking "WTFP?!" with a social media banner for use on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

EngenderHealth Resources

  • Family planning saves lives and empowers women. Women with access to contraception are more likely to survive childbirth and to have healthier newborns. When women can plan their families, they can finish school, have healthier children and earn more. 
    Read more in The Case for Contraception (PDF, 137KB).
  • EngenderHealth is a leading global women’s health organization committed to ensuring that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted, and every mother has the best chance at survival. 
    Read the EngenderHealth fact sheet (PDF, 117KB) or visit EngenderHealth's web site.
  • A large majority of adults in the United States (79%) believe that women everywhere should have access to contraception, according to an April 2014 survey by The Harris Poll.
    Download the survey results (PDF, 58KB).
  • For more information about EngenderHealth, please watch our videos, read our stories, study our technical resources, and explore the rest of our web site.
  • Read the latest news from WTFP?!.


Other Resources

  • Adding It Up: Costs and Benefits of Contraceptive Services
    Guttmacher Institute and UNFPA
    This report (PDF, 677KB) estimates "the numbers and proportions of women in the developing world using modern methods and in need of modern contraception," among other things.

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