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Marie Stopes International healthworkers in Bolivia
12 Sep 2014 | Maternal health

20 years on from Cairo

Saturday 13th September marks 20 years since 179 countries agreed the International Conference on Population and Development's Progamme of Action.

The International Conference on Population and Development was a landmark occasion when the world came together to prioritise reproductive rights. To mark its anniversary, we’ve taken a look through our photo archives to see how things have changed in that time for four of our country programmes who also celebrate their 20th anniversaries this year.

You can see a selection of the photos below or view the full photo gallery...

Saturday 13th September marks 20 years since 179 countries agreed the International Conference on Population and Development's Progamme of Action.

20 years on from Cairo

Women in Myanmar
03 Sep 2014 | Maternal health

Improving cervical cancer awareness in Myanmar

Cervical cancer is the most common cancer among women aged 15 to 44 in Myanmar. Our programme there is running one of the only...

Improving cervical cancer awareness in Myanmar

Myanmar DFID Visit
28 Aug 2014 | Centres

DFID Minister hails “impressive setup” in Myanmar

This week, Marie Stopes International Myanmar was delighted to host a visit from the UK’s Minister of State for...

DFID Minister hails “impressive setup” in Myanmar

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...

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

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

Marie Stopes International's clinic in Bristol
09 Jan 2014 | HIV / STIs

Why older isn't wiser when it comes to our sex lives

Genevieve Edwards, our UK Director of Communications, shares findings from a recent study which reveals many British...

Why older isn't wiser when it comes to our sex lives

Mona at her home clinic with a client
08 Jan 2014 | Maternal health

'Avon lady'-style business training puts family planning...

Through incorporating business training into our social franchising offer, we&...

'Avon lady'-style business training puts family planning at the heart of the community

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