The grave concern for what happens post-Roe is justified; we’ve been here before as a country, and we have ample global evidence for the effects of prohibited or highly restricted access to abortion. The learnings from others must inform where we go from here.
PSI commits to upholding its values, despite political tensions. Karl Hofmann, PSI’s CEO and President, and Nina Hasen, PSI’s VP of HIV and Tuberculosis Programs, discuss how upheavals in the status quo catalyze innovation in healthcare.
Anyone who wants to get pregnant and have a child, we support. Anyone who does not want to remain pregnant, we support. We’ve seen firsthand that restricting
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin As Executive Director of the Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK)—the newest SCTG National Self-Care Network—Nelly Munyasia
How does U.S. foreign policy impact women’s reproductive health and rights around the world? How does America import its domestic abortion politics by creating foreign policies that deny women access to safe abortion and a full-range of reproductive healthcare?
This article was originally published on Relias Media. January 13, 2022 — When most people no longer can seek safe abortion care in their home
Innovating to Ensure Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights During the Pandemic By Dr. Eva Lathrop, Global Medical Director, PSI and Lola Flomen,
Achieving full choice, voice and agency over one’s sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and bodily autonomy is a steep challenge for many people across the
The USAID-funded Knowledge Success platform recently interviewed PSI’s Global Medical Director Dr. Eva Lathrop alongside several other Sexual and Reproductive Health experts following an article
By Anne Pfitzer, Jhpiego, Eva Lathrop, PSI, Alison Bodenheimer, United Nations Foundation, Saumya RamaRao, Population Council, Megan Christofield, Jhpiego, Patricia MacDonald, Bureau for Global Health, Bethany Arnold, Jhpiego, Neeta Bhatnagar, Jhpiego, Erin Mielke, Bureau for Global Health, Meridith Mikuliche, Bureau for Global Health The scale and required response of
Download Resource This case study describes how evidence generated by the STEP UP consortium about medical abortion self-management has informed practice at Marie Stopes International.
Download Resource This review summarises how pharmacies and drug sellers are revolutionising access to safe abortion in low- and middle-income countries. Studies from Africa, Asia
PSI is proud to be a part of the Packard Foundation’s Quality Innovation Challenge to pilot an accompaniment model that provides comprehensive information, emotional support
PSI will use insights about women’s preferences to increase reproductive health options and use commercial marketing techniques to promote new products, such as medication abortion,
In Uganda, about 8% of the maternal deaths are due to unsafe abortion. Abortion complications remain a significant contributor to MMR, 14 % of unintended
Abortion was legalized in Cambodia in 1997, but remains somewhat stigmatized. As abortion became more widely available, abortion services were monitored for quality, such as
Though abortion was previously legal in Laos, it was highly restricted. In practice, the provision of Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) and Medical Abortion (MA) was