We are unapologetically focused on people who want contraception or abortion, and we build our programs around their needs.
We know that complex factors in a person’s country, community and personal life all intersect and overlap to put them in control of making their own reproductive health choices—or to prevent them from doing so. Gender, racial and economic inequities in health-care systems around the world make it difficult for women, people of color, LGBTQ people and other marginalized groups to get the essential health care they need. These same structural inequities have long blocked equitable access to abortion care.
That’s why Ipas, as part of the broader reproductive justice movement, is working to ensure that abortion and contraceptive care are essential health services—and that all people can access them. Our programs use a multifaceted approach that addresses reproductive health services, access to services and fulfillment of reproductive rights.
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