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Do you agree with Judith Butler that gender is a social construct? #TuesdayThoughts

This month, as dozens of countries observe #MothersDay, we celebrate the strength and beauty of mothers everywhere: https://t.co/EvBCf3KLg3

#FirstMoments

Our collaborative initiative Advancing Maternal Health has significantly increased uptake of family planning services across the Kigoma Region in Tanzania. Find out more at https://t.co/ygAYSldYW7

How do you prevent #pregnancy ? Watch as Mariah and Danilea tell you about #birthcontrol and #contraceptives , what options you have and how to get them. #ReMIXAnswers https://t.co/OzAPDRbusH

Learn Julie's story about #relationships, #parenting, and finding the right support. More on our #ReMIX story here: https://t.co/X9d1ruuEX0

We love condoms & all other forms of #contraception! They allow millions to plan & space #pregnancies. How #empowering is that?! #WheresTheFP

We Agree! Increasing access to #familyplanning helps women go further in their education, work & life! #WheresTheFP

"I think it is important that men play a role in women's health" - Balor on his decision to get a #Vasectomy: https://t.co/of9xDe4WCb

What makes us smile: when #women & girls have access to #FP so they can go further in school, work & life #WheresTheFP

Planning to travel somewhere fabulous this weekend? Make sure you ask #WheresTheFP?! And let us know: https://t.co/HtLly6JA6s

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The Philippines

Home to 96 million people, women and men living in the Philippines face both geographic and cultural barriers that impede access to reproductive health care. Fortunately, change is underway. In 2012, after more than a decade of debate, the Filipino government passed a landmark reproductive health bill, the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law, aimed at achieving universal access to family planning and reproductive health services.

EngenderHealth began working in the Philippines in 1973. Our current work is based in the Visayas region, where nearly 2 million women and girls have unintended pregnancies each year.  EngenderHealth’s work is dedicated to empowering men, women, and adolescents to plan their families and enjoy safe motherhood, and helping ensure that each baby starts life with proper nutrition and good health.

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