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Team member holding IUD
14 Sep 2016 | Young people

Marie Stopes staff praised for family planning leadership

Four members of Marie Stopes International have been recognised for their work championing family planning, in the 120 Under 40 awards.

DioDio Sacko, midwife and trainer for Marie Stopes Mali; Ghulam Yaseen, channel lead for Marie Stopes Pakistan; Indra Tumur, country director for Marie Stopes Mongolia; and Ufuoma Omo Obi, country director for Marie Stopes Sierra Leone all received recognition for their contribution to improving reproductive health worldwide.

The competition, organised by the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health and Bayer, accepted nominees aged 40 or under who have made significant contributions to family planning...

Four members of Marie Stopes International have been recognised for their work championing family planning, in the 120 Under 40 awards.

Marie Stopes staff praised for family planning leadership

Bajaji nurses talking to young people
01 Jul 2016 | Family planning

Reconfirming our FP2020 pledge: A focus on young people

Following the FP2020 Reference Group meeting in London this week, Marie Stopes International is today reconfirming its...

Reconfirming our FP2020 pledge: A focus on young people

David Mundell visiting one of our clinics in Malawi
29 Feb 2016 | Family planning

Scottish Secretary of State visits our clinic in Malawi

Scottish Secretary of State, David Mundell has commended the collaborative partnership between the Department for...

Scottish Secretary of State visits our clinic in Malawi

An outreach session
21 Jan 2016 | Family planning

Global partners gather to discuss importance of family planning

Marie Stopes International is honoured to be taking part in the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP)...

Global partners gather to discuss importance of family planning

Client Mwema
20 Nov 2015 | Family planning

COMMENT: What does it mean to tell a story?

Powerful, authentic stories are the coveted partner to evidence and data, but are not always easy to find. In 2015, with the generous...

COMMENT: What does it mean to tell a story?

Touba crowds
01 May 2015 | Family planning

Blessed are the family planning providers

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that religion and family planning do not mix. Yet in one of the most religious areas of Senegal...

Blessed are the family planning providers

Update from Yemen
29 Apr 2015 | Family planning

Update from Yemen

Despite the conflict and unrest that is crippling parts of Yemen, our team in the country is still continuing to provide many women with family planning and...

Update from Yemen

28 Apr 2015 | Centres

Nepal earthquake: update on team members and services

The following information has been gathered via contact with team members in Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal, following...

Nepal earthquake: update on team members and services

Burkina Faso cotton producers
22 Apr 2015 | Family planning

Cottoning on to contraception

Cotton producers have emerged as unlikely allies in our efforts to reduce resistance to contraception in Burkina Faso.

Cottoning on to contraception

FP2020
21 Apr 2015 | Family planning

Marie Stopes International extends condolences to our colleagues at...

Valerie DeFillipo’s...

Marie Stopes International extends condolences to our colleagues at Family Planning 2020 at the passing of Founding Executive Director Valerie DeFillipo

Treatment in protective clothing
15 Apr 2015 | Family planning

Getting back to normality after Ebola

The latest World Health Organisation report on Ebola reveals an uncertain and variable situation in Sierra Leone and the West Africa region.

Getting back to normality after Ebola

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