In a country with the fifth highest rate of child marriage in the world, advocates are working tirelessly to achieve passage of a law against gender-based violence. See the photo essay.
HP+ contributes to optimizing health resources and fostering more equitable, sustainable, rights-based health services, supplies, and delivery systems.
Niger's Ministry of Health has allocated 200 million CFA for the purchase of contraceptive products for 2019. This funding will help Niger strengthen it's FP2020 commitments.
In a world that has normalized disrespect and abuse (D&A) of pregnant women and mothers, WRA India is amplifying the voices of Indian women and girls to create a new culture of respectful care through a multi-pronged campaign that is actively growing a community of mothers who are demanding respectful care.
Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Health Insurance Scheme held its first ever stakeholders’ meeting—a move which led to the eventual release of nearly US$1.4 million in stalled funds and new political commitments by some of the FCT’s top leaders to improve healthcare implementation for an estimated 2.2 million Nigerians.
HP+ is working together with the Ministry for the Promotion of Women, Children, and Families and the National Control Program Against Excision to achieve passage of a law against gender-based violence in Mali.