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July 25, 2013

Champions4Choice Blog

The EngenderHealth-led RESPOND Project is pleased to announce the launch of its new contraceptive choice and rights blog, Champions4Choice. The blog will serve as a virtual forum where those concerned with family planning, reproductive health and rights can exchange ideas with their peers, as well as share their views, experiences, and resources on contraceptive rights and choice.

Champions4Choice is part of a long-term effort to realize informed choice in practice by increasing equitable access to the widest possible range of family planning options and preventing both coercion and barriers to access. Blog topics will cover issues influencing rights and choice from all levels of the health care system – policy, service delivery, and community – and features champions and their work, guest bloggers, resources, publications, news, and upcoming events.

To read the first blog post, “Championing Contraceptive Choice: Promoting and Protecting Rights beyond FP2020,” contribute to the dialogue, or subscribe to new posts, visit www.champions4choice.org.



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