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A win for girls' rights in India! Girls under 18 will now be able to report their husbands for #rape, as long as they lodge a complaint within a year of it happening. #GBV https://t.co/y4YEuSpN18

In many countries, married women who use a modern contraception are increasingly choosing long-acting reversible #contraceptives—namely IUDS or implants. What does contraceptive use look like where you live? Find out with our 2019 #FPData Sheet. https://t.co/qxrOHakmXJ

EngenderHealth welcomes this! Through our Re:MIX program, we are developing innovative, science-based programs and curricula to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for young people in Texas. https://t.co/F8SlIix2GU #SexEd #SRHR

Today we are celebrating maternal and reproductive health wins in Kigoma, Tanzania with our partners @BloombergDotOrg @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth @CDCFound follow along at #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

Thanks to @ThaminiUhai @EngenderHealth @BloombergDotOrg and #HBAgerup the Kigoma MRH program was a huge success! 2,200 maternal deaths prevented and 210,000 babies born in project-supported facilities #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

Regional Commissioner of the Kigoma Region thanks funders @BloombergDotOrg @fdnhbagerup & partners for the joint Maternal & Repro initiative that prevented over 2200 maternal deaths & safely delivered over 210,000 healthy babies. committed to sustain outcomes #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

After 13 years, our successful maternal & reproductive health program in Tanzania is transitioning to government oversight. The official ceremony is starting! #MamaNaMtotoKigoma

Transgender men and other gender-nonconforming people need access to safe #abortions too. https://t.co/zD2hCrRKeE #LGBTQ+ #PrideMonth #SRHR

Does your country have a strong policy environment for youth access to and use of #familyplanning services? Find out with the 2019 update to the Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard. https://t.co/4hmjvG4zxW #youthFPscorecard

Sexual violence in conflict is a stain on our common humanity. We must hear the survivors and recognize their needs and demands.

Together, we can and must replace impunity with justice; and indifference with action.

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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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