Ipas Bolivia is supporting health centers to offer free sexual and reproductive health care to undocumented migrants and training health-care providers in care that is sensitive to the needs of this population.
Around the world, countries are expanding abortion rights and access. Since 2000, 37 countries have liberalized abortion laws. Sadly, the United States is poised to go backward.
The leaked draft from the U.S. Supreme Court signaling the court’s intent to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that has guaranteed legal abortion in the United States for nearly 50 years, is a radical, rights-denying move.
In Mexico City this week, I got a renewed sense of what it means to make reproductive rights a reality.
How abortion rights advocates cleared the name of Manuela in a landmark case in El Salvador
In the beautiful Tororo District of Eastern Uganda, where Tororo Rock rises in the distance, you can find the Petta Health Centre III—an Ipas supported-facility where clients come from across the region to receive comprehensive and caring abortion services from an Ipas-trained provider.
For South African women and girls at risk of unsafe abortion, sexual abuse or HIV/AIDS, there was no better ally than Dr. Eddie Mhlanga, who recently passed away.