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The Global Gag Rule (GGR) was a U.S. health policy that prohibited funding to foreign aid organizations that provided abortion services. The Gag Rule was first imposed by the Reagan administration in 1984. It was rescinded in 1993 by President Clinton, … Continue reading
While organizations worldwide have started to advocate to mobilize government funding to meet public sector reproductive health needs, there have been few opportunities for these organizations to come together to share information and resources. PAI hosted “Dollars and Sense” at … Continue reading
The latest data shows an overwhelming number of Americans from every political party in every area of the country support international family planning and reproductive health. Surprised? The data speaks for itself: 91 percent of Americans believe “every woman on … Continue reading
This guide contains lessons learned from practice experience tracking contraceptives financing in Uganda and Tanzania. The 11-step guide is a ‘living document,’ which can be further refined in-country, but sets out practical steps for policymakers, civil society and other stakeholders … Continue reading
Population, Health and Environment (PHE) is an integrated community-based approach to development. PHE projects acknowledge and address the complex connections between families, their health, and their environment. Learn more by downloading PAI’s PHE brief.