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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 AWARE II Project

In partnership with Futures Group and Management Sciences for Health, EngenderHealth supported the Action for West Africa Region II (AWARE II) project, a three-year initiative-across 14 countries-funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. The project built on and continued the work of the earlier AWARE-RH and AWARE-HIV projects to advance family planning, reproductive health, maternal and neonatal health, and HIV and AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.

EngenderHealth supported AWARE II by improving health outcomes in Burkina Faso, Togo, Mauritania, and Niger, using an integrated approach that included policy change, the establishment of best practices, and capacity building interventions. This intensive, coordinated effort worked to ensure that enabling laws and protocols were in place, and strengthened existing health networks to guarantee the availability of contraceptive, and maternal and child health services.

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