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Safe abortion is essential healthcare. That's it. That's the tweet.

#MakeUnsafeAbortionHistory #AbortionisHealthcare #28Sept

On #InternationalSafeAbortionDay, we reaffirm that #abortionishealthcare. In Côte d'Ivoire we amplified the voices of women & girls to advocate for reproductive health & rights, including the right to #safeabortion.
Learn more in our video 👉 http://ow.ly/AHtV50GhspR

📣Safe abortion is essential healthcare 📣

Texas' new abortion restrictions may increase the state's maternal mortality rate up to 15% overall & up to 33% for Black women.

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#MakeUnsafeAbortionHistory #AbortionisHealthcare

We're proud to work with #familyplanning ambassadors like Theresia Mgulu as well as @USAIDTanzania and @EGPAF to help increase access to high-quality, integrated health services for women in #Tanzania. #WCD2021

In India, about 61% of #postpartum women have an unmet need for family planning. Our EAISI project partnered with the Indian Government to expand access to postpartum #familyplanning by strengthening #IUD services. #WDC2021
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Access to postpartum #FamilyPlanning is crucial for ensuring the health, rights, and well-being of #MomAndBaby. @USAID_MOMENTUM strengthens linkages between maternal health & family planning services to allow individuals to safely space births: https://usaidmomentum.org/world-contraception-day-2021/ #WCD2021

We’re honored to pass the IBP Partnership “drum” to @fhi360 as the new @ibp_network chair! We look forward to collaborating w/ you & the entire network to improve #familyplanning & #SRHR programming and services worldwide. @TraciLBaird @DrONChabikuli @nanditathatte @AddicoG

"I feel strongly that these issues of access, voice & equality that we promote within our programs must also be embedded in our operating structures & I have been really proud that EngenderHealth has been able to stand with @ibp_network during this journey."- @TraciLBaird #SRHR

“We so value the IBP network members for our common commitment to identifying & sharing effective practices, so we can achieve our collective, ambitious & critical goals on sexual & reproductive health,” CEO @TraciLBaird reflects our term as @ibp_network chair #partnersmeeting.

During the @ibp_network Partners Meeting @aguilera_ana91 shared how we use our Gender, Youth & Social Inclusion (GYSI) Analysis Framework & Toolkit and GYSI Staff Training Manual to create more #equitable & #inclusive programs. Learn more ➡️ http://ow.ly/qlNc50GflmK

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Dr. Kimberly D. Gregory

Board Member

Dr. Gregory is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) and maternal-fetal medicine, and maintains an active clinical practice in high-risk obstetrics. She is Vice Chair of Women’s Healthcare Quality & Performance Improvement and the Helping Hand Chair in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. In addition, she is an OB/GYN professor, with a joint appointment at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.

Dr. Gregory has served in various leadership positions, including the U.S. Public Health Services Prevention Task Force, the Institute of Medicine Committee on Preventive Services for Women, the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine Board of Directors, various committees for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, California Maternal Mortality Review Committee, National Quality Forum, and numerous health and public policy committees at the state and national level.

Dr. Gregory received her Bachelor of Science degree from UCLA, MPH from Harvard’s School of Public Health, and completed medical training at the Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science/UCLA Medical Education Program. She completed her residency training at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, and her fellowship training in maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Southern California Women’s Hospital.

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