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Best NGO in family health award
23 Jul 2014 | Family planning

State recognition for Marie Stopes India

Marie Stopes India has been named Best NGO in Rajasthan working in family welfare - for the fourth year in a row.

The award, presented on World Population Day by the Health Minister from the Government of Rajasthan, was given to the team in recognition of its contribution to increasing contraceptive use in Rajasthan, and for helping women make choices about contraception for the first time.

There are still tens of millions of women and girls in India who want to choose whether and when to have children but are unable to get the contraception that would allow them to do...

Marie Stopes India has been named Best NGO in Rajasthan working in family welfare - for the fourth year in a row.

State recognition for Marie Stopes India

Students in Papua New Guinea
18 Jul 2014 | Family planning

“Young life should be enjoyable”

Young people in PNG tell us why sexual and reproductive health matters to them.

“Young life should be enjoyable”

Young women in Ghana
07 Jul 2014 | Maternal health

COMMENT: As World Cup excitement reaches fever pitch, there's...

World Cup fever has had everybody gripped, here in Ghana and across the...

COMMENT: As World Cup excitement reaches fever pitch, there's another goal still worth fighting for

The 2014 Uganda Responsible Investment Awards
30 Jun 2014 | Maternal health

Marie Stopes Uganda named Best Reproductive Health and Family...

Marie Stopes Uganda's contribution to Millennium Development Goals and service to women...

Marie Stopes Uganda named Best Reproductive Health and Family Planning Organisation

23 Jun 2014 | Maternal health

Supporting survivors of gender-based violence

A new project with Marie Stopes Tanzania and the Tanzanian Police Force, is ensuring survivors of gender-based and sexual violence ...

Supporting survivors of gender-based violence

Family planning counselling in Senegal
21 Jan 2014 | Family planning

Myth: family planning and religion don't mix

Religion is commonly cited as one of the main reasons for low contraceptive use in Senegal. But when we set up an outreach...

Myth: family planning and religion don't mix

Marie Stopes International Mobile Midwife
20 Jan 2014 | Family planning

MSI at the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual...

Marie Stopes International is honoured to be participating in the 7th Asia Pacific Conference...

MSI at the 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights

Marie Stopes International Ghana midwife, Esther, speaks with clients about contraception
17 Jan 2014 | Family planning

Africa's next billion: Can world leaders help us reap the...

Ahead of Davos, Esther Worae, a midwife at Marie Stopes International in...

Africa's next billion: Can world leaders help us reap the benefits of the demographic dividend?

South Sudan Conflict
16 Jan 2014 | Refugees and IDPs

Family planning services resume in conflict-torn South Sudan

The situation in South Sudan remains volatile, but we are pleased to have resumed provision of sexual and...

Family planning services resume in conflict-torn South Sudan

HRH, the Crown Princess of Denmark, meets clients at Marie Stopes International clinic in Yangon, Myanmar
13 Jan 2014 | Maternal health

Denmark's Crown Princess sees life-changing work in Myanmar

We were delighted to welcome HRH the Crown Princess of Denmark, Mary, and the Danish Minister for Development Co...

Denmark's Crown Princess sees life-changing work in Myanmar

Afghan Minister of Public Health unveils symbolic sculpture in Kabul
10 Jan 2014 | Family planning

Putting family planning in the hands of Afghan women

The Afghanistan government reiterated its prioritisation of family planning through the unveiling of a symbolic sculpture in...

Putting family planning in the hands of Afghan women

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