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Read more Marie Stopes UK has announced it will no longer charge Northern Irish women travelling to England for abortion, following a government commitment to fund their treatment through the Equalities Office.
Read more Following the FP2020 Reference Group meeting this week, Marie Stopes International is today reconfirming its pledge to provide 12 million additional users with a long-term method of contraception.
Read more The Court of Appeal has upheld the Safe Zone outside our West London Centre in Ealing, making clear that harassing and intimidating activities and behaviours towards women are not acceptable.
Read more Marie Stopes International says meeting global demand for contraception is possible as a new Guttmacher Institute report shows first ever decrease in unmet need, from 225 million women to 214 million.
Like other sub-Saharan African countries, Tanzania needs additional investment to achieve more rapid improvement In 2016 the national contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) stood at only 34.4%.Delaying having children has profound health benefits and enables young women to set themselves up for the future by completing their education, who otherwise face expulsion from school if they fall pregnant.