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MSSL Nurse Mary
27 Nov 2014 | Family planning

A day in the life of: how Ebola has made delivering health services...

The outbreak of Ebola has put incredible strain on nurses in Sierra Leone. Fear of contact with health workers means they have been turned away by communities, friends and even family members, adding to the agony created by the crisis.

One of our nurses, Mary Kaifineh, has experienced the negative consequences. She has worked for MS Sierra Leone for five years and is now the leader of the outreach team in the Port Loko District. Mary, like everyone else, never expected that her country would be faced with such a dreadful threat.

“I became a nurse because I strongly believe that it is one of the most significant ways of serving humanity. Yet it is one of the most vulnerable professions, because it requires you to come into contact with people who are sick...

The outbreak of Ebola has put incredible strain on nurses in Sierra Leone. Fear of contact with health workers means they have been turned away by communities, friends and even family members, adding to the agony created by the crisis.

A day in the life of: how Ebola has made delivering health services harder than ever

BlueStar social franchising clinic in the Philippines
25 Nov 2014 | Social franchising

The best of both worlds: how public-private partnerships deliver...

As support for universal health coverage continues to expand, tremendous opportunities for public-private...

The best of both worlds: how public-private partnerships deliver choice

Nurse examines a pregnant woman in Sierra Leone
19 Nov 2014 | Maternal health

Maternal health on the Ebola frontline

Ebola has caused over 1,200 deaths in Sierra Leone, but while the toll is huge the crisis extends far beyond the number affected by the...

Maternal health on the Ebola frontline

14 Nov 2014 | Family planning

India family planning media reports

The deaths and serious complications reported in Chhattisgarh, India, this week are a tragedy and one which must not be repeated.

India family planning media reports

Bolivia market stall holder
12 Nov 2014 | Maternal health

Vouchers offer hope of reducing needless cancer deaths in Bolivia

In Bolivia, the same weak health systems that leave women at risk of dying in pregnancy or from unsafe abortion...

Vouchers offer hope of reducing needless cancer deaths in Bolivia

Social franchising
23 Oct 2014 | Social franchising

Social franchising in focus

Social franchising is one of the innovative ways in which we deliver services to the world’s most under-served people. To mark this week's Global...

Social franchising in focus

Dawn Purvis
17 Oct 2014 | Centres

Hopes for the women of Northern Ireland

As Marie Stopes Northern Ireland prepares to mark its second anniversary, Programme Director Dawn Purvis sends a message of thanks to...

Hopes for the women of Northern Ireland

Youth education in Myanmar
16 Oct 2014 | Family planning

Spirit festivals to smartphones: HIV prevention in Myanmar

Our team in Myanmar's work with men who have sex with men, sex workers and young people, shows that adapting and...

Spirit festivals to smartphones: HIV prevention in Myanmar

Marie Stopes with nurses
15 Oct 2014 | Family planning

Celebrating Marie Stopes' birthday

15th October marks the birthday of the woman whose pioneering spirit we carry forward today.

Celebrating Marie Stopes' birthday

Mongolian delegation
01 Oct 2014 | Family planning

Mongolian government delegation visits Marie Stopes International...

We were delighted to host a visit from a delegation of Mongolian parliamentarians, government...

Mongolian government delegation visits Marie Stopes International on UK study tour

Woman in hospital
26 Sep 2014 | Safe abortion and post-abortion care

A time to question, a time to act

Today is International Day of Action for the Decriminalisation of Abortion - a time to question what abortion really means and why it happens,...

A time to question, a time to act

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