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26 Aug 2014 | Maternal health

INTERVIEW: Balancing everyday services with emergency response

Over 1,400 people have died from the Ebola virus, and those of us working in West Africa know that balancing the delivery of everyday services such as sexual and reproductive health with the emergency response is one of the biggest challenges now facing the region.

Our Country Director for Sierra Leone, Shumon Sengupta, spoke to the Russian news outlet Pravda.ru about the situation in Sierra Leone, a country with one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world. He warns that more women are at risk as healthcare workers are forced by the crisis to reduce or suspend their work.

Read the full interview here

Over 1,400 people have died from the Ebola virus, and those of us working in West Africa know that balancing the delivery of everyday services such as sexual and reproductive health with the emergency response is one of the biggest challenges now facing the region.

INTERVIEW: Balancing everyday services with emergency response

Unsafe abortion
18 Aug 2014 | Safe abortion and post-abortion care

VIDEO: The reality of "unsafe" abortion

Did you know that every year nearly 22 million unsafe abortions take place around the world? That's 22 million times that...

VIDEO: The reality of "unsafe" abortion

Unsafe abortion
18 Aug 2014 | Safe abortion and post-abortion care

COMMENT: The truth about “unsafe” abortion

Maybe the truth’s just too much for people. That’s what I think sometimes, when the pain and anger subsides. There are times when...

COMMENT: The truth about “unsafe” abortion

South Sudanese woman with baby
08 Aug 2014 | Family planning

Life-saving services in South Sudan

It is estimated that South Sudan has one of the highest rates of maternal mortality in the world. So while political unrest continues, our...

Life-saving services in South Sudan

Ethiopia health worker speaks with a client
05 Aug 2014 | Maternal health

Ethiopia: an MDG success story

Ethiopia has made incredible progress over the last 11 years in increasing access to family planning. This has come in tandem with strong progress...

Ethiopia: an MDG success story

Melinda Gates speaks with Senegalese youth at focus group arranged by Marie Stopes International Senegal
21 Jan 2014 | Family planning

The reason why we think Bill and Melinda Gates got it so right in...

In this year's annual letter, the Gates skilfully debunk some of the most common myths...

The reason why we think Bill and Melinda Gates got it so right in their annual letter

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

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