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February 15, 2017Press Release

EngenderHealth Establishes Policy and Advocacy Arm in Response to Urgent Fight to Protect Women’s Reproductive Health and Rights

Seasoned international advocate Mina Barling to take the helm of newly established department

EngenderHealth, a leading international women’s health organization, is gearing up to safeguard and protect decades of progress in advancing women’s health and rights across the world. The establishment of a new policy and advocacy department comes in swift reaction to a challenging U.S. political climate, with the reinstatement and expansion of the harmful Global Gag Rule, which will deny millions of women and girls their basic rights and freedoms. Mina Barling, a lifelong advocate for women’s reproductive rights, will lead the new division. Read more.

January 23, 2017Press Release

EngenderHealth Statement on the Imposition of the Global Gag Rule 2017

EngenderHealth strongly denounces the reinstatement of the Global Gag Rule, also known as the Mexico City Policy, that will deny millions of women and girls their basic rights and freedoms. Read more.

December 21, 2015Press Release

EngenderHealth Names New President and CEO

EngenderHealth, a leading global women’s health organization, has named Ulla Müller as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. Read more.

July 23, 2015Press Release

EngenderHealth Receives New Sexual Health Education Grant in Texas

Innovative curriculum will empower youth to prevent unwanted pregnancies and make responsible, healthy, and safe life decisions

EngenderHealth has received a new five-year, $5 million award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to implement a comprehensive sexual health education grant in Central Texas aimed at preventing teen pregnancy and reducing sexually transmitted infections. Read more.

June 29, 2015Press Release

Innovative male circumcision device for HIV prevention receives World Health Organization prequalification

The ShangRing, a novel medical device for voluntary medical male circumcision, has received prequalification from the World Health Organization (WHO) for use.

The ShangRing, a novel medical device for voluntary medical male circumcision, has received prequalification from the World Health Organization (WHO) for use. Read more.

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