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Important update: National human rights council of #CI225 recommend safe medical abortion to reduce high maternal mortality @EngenderHealth will continue its’ efforts so that more decision makers understand the underlying causes of maternal mortality &pass laws to ensure access https://t.co/OtJ7iBFnpt

We can't wait! #ICFP2021

The #G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council this week released recommendations for advancing #genderequality. We truly appreciate the leadership of the Council, including our partners @DenisMukwege, @Katja_Iversen, @phumzileunwomen. #BeBraveG7 #G7Biarritz

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We look forward engaging #youth leaders in Côte d’Ivoire to advance positive conversations online about sexual and reproductive health and rights. https://t.co/8IU8VM3DLs #cotedivoire #SRHR

We're honored to be one of 9 Quality Innovation Challenge awardees to #DemandQuality & improve #SRHR. With @PackardFdn support we will engage #youth leaders in Côte d’Ivoire to advance positive conversations on sexual and reproductive health and rights. https://t.co/8IU8VM3DLs

Re:MIX is an #Austin-area adolescent sexual health program. Young parent peer educators share their stories & work w/ health educators. Help ensure this innovative model is shared at @SXSWEDU. Vote now in the #SXSWEDU #PanelPicker: https://t.co/ovGTS1BBOY #SexEducation

We love this thread from the Project Director of our gender-based violence services and prevention program in #Malawi!

Are you passionate about sexual and reproductive health & rights and interested in launching a career in business development? We're searching for a Coordinator to join our excellent Resource Mobilization team in DC! https://t.co/nfuRo9FrIe

Act now: Access to #familyplanning for young people could unleash the greatest economic boom developing countries have ever seen. https://t.co/t5WnTqik56 #FP2020Progress

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Côte d’Ivoire

Home to more than nearly 20 million people, Côte d’Ivoire is the second largest economy in West Africa. Yet strains from past political and economic upheaval have impacted the country’s fragile health system. As a result, women and their families face limited access to reproductive health and family planning services. Additionally, limited knowledge about HIV transmission and low condom use, among other factors, have contributed to a 3.7% adult HIV prevalence, among the highest in West Africa.

In 2013, EngenderHealth and the U.S. Agency for International Development/West Africa launched Agir pour la Planification Familiale (AgirPF), a five-year program designed to expand women’s access to and use of family planning services in five West African countries. It began work in Côte d’Ivoire in 2014.By educating communities on the benefits of contraception, training providers to deliver quality services, and expanding access in underserved communities, we will work to increase informed decision making about family planning and broaden voluntary use of contraceptives.

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