About Us

We work with partners around the world to advance reproductive justice by expanding access to abortion and contraception.

Ipas Sustainable Abortion Care

Our Work

The global movement for legal, accessible abortion is growing. Our staff and partners in countries as diverse as Bolivia, Malawi and India are working to ensure all people can access high-quality abortion care.

Where We Work

The global movement for legal, accessible abortion is growing. Our staff and partners in countries as diverse as Bolivia, Malawi and India are working to ensure all people can access high-quality abortion care.

Resources

Our materials are designed to help reproductive health advocates and professionals expand access to high-quality abortion care.

For health professionals

For advocates and decisionmakers

Training
resources

For humanitarian settings

Abortion VCAT resources

For researchers and program implementors

Topic: Climate justice
Close-up of a person wearing a bright yellow top and colorful beaded necklace, holding a yellow menstrual cup with both hands. The person is smiling, and adorned with beautifully patterned fabric on the shoulder. Trees are blurred in the background.
May 23, 2024

Menstrual hygiene and the climate crisis are intricately connected. Our research and programmatic experience have shown that as climate-induced extreme weather events such as droughts and floods increase, managing menstruation becomes even more challenging for women and girls worldwide.

Abdia Lalaikipia stands in front of a white signboard that reads "PACIDA Pastoralist Community Initiative and Development Assistance" and "PACIDA Sambuli Office" in black text. The person is wearing a green shirt and a beige headscarf, and is smiling at the camera.
May 17, 2024

With a grant from Ipas’s Collaborative Fund, Abdiah Lalaikipian’s organization was able to make meaningful change in northern Kenya’s pastoralist communities. The Collaborative Fund approach involves designing by dialogue. Through a participatory process, we enable communities and Civil Society Organizations to design projects that best address their issues.

A group of people seated on wooden chairs in a circle outdoors. One person, dressed in a uniform and wearing a face mask, faces the rest who are casually dressed. Amos Simpano, dressed in a light-colored coat is also part of the group. Trees and a building are visible in the background, creating a locally-led atmosphere.
February 15, 2024

Entashata strives to bridge gaps in education, women’s rights, and reproductive health in his community in Loita. The organization’s commitment to education resulted in an annual campaign to enroll boys and girls in schools, boasting over 50 girls supported completing their secondary education.

Ipas Collaborative Fund: grantee PACIDA
October 6, 2023

Ipas partnered with local group PACIDA to tackle the impacts of climate change on reproductive rights. The solutions—generated by the people most affected—are helping build resilient communities.

Health worker giving aid supplies to a woman
April 21, 2023

Around the world, recognition is growing that climate justice and reproductive justice are inextricably linked—and that effective solutions to the climate crisis require a focus on women’s rights and needs. Yet philanthropic support is lagging: Only 0.01% of global funding goes to projects that tackle both climate and women’s rights.