Resources

Marie Stopes International family planning and safe abortion/post-abortion care service statistics for Q2 2015 (April - June)

20 Aug 2015
Statistics

Marie Stopes International family planning and safe abortion/post-abortion care service statistics for Q1 2015 (January - March)

30 Apr 2015
Measuring poverty research brief

Assessing the poverty profile of family planning clients is a critical component of tracking progress towards FP2020 goals. In this brief, we describe how Marie Stopes International measures the poverty status of its clients and uses these results to improve women’s lives.

22 Apr 2015
Our results and impact in 2014

We focus on the needs of the women we see every day at our centres, outreach sites, social franchises and in their communities. By doing this effectively, the cumulative impact can be staggering.

13 Mar 2015
Impact 2 update

Impact 2 (2015 update) - An innovative tool for estimating the impact of reproductive health programmes.

12 Mar 2015
Voucher programme research brief

Marie Stopes International has been implementing family planning voucher programmes in 11 countries since 2005. Voucher schemes have the potential to expand women’s access to family planning services, especially among poor and underserved populations.

18 Feb 2015

West Africa has some of the lowest contraceptive prevalence rates and highest maternal mortality rates in the world. This fact sheet gives an overview of unmet need and the impact of our services in West Africa.

15 Feb 2015
Financial Statements

The Board of Trustees presents its report and the audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2013.

13 Nov 2014
Time to Act

One woman dies every 11 minutes of every day from having to resort to unsafe abortion. And even more shameful: we know how to prevent these deaths. We know how to save thousands of lives every year, how to empower women to avoid unintended pregnancies in the first place.

22 Sep 2014
Il est temps d'agir

One woman dies every 11 minutes of every day from having to resort to unsafe abortion. And even more shameful: we know how to prevent these deaths. We know how to save thousands of lives every year, how to empower women to avoid unintended pregnancies in the first place.

 
22 Sep 2014

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