• Cute Chubby Babies Explain Contraception: WTFP?! — WheresTheFP.org

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    It’s a fact: healthy moms have healthier babies. This WTFP?! video raises awareness about the 225 million women worldwide who want to plan their families but lack access to modern contraception. #WheresTheFP

    So, WTFP?! Where's The Family Planning?! Visit http://wheresthefp.org for more information.

    The WTFP?! Campaign is brought to you by EngenderHealth. Around the world, EngenderHealth has proven that family planning services can be safe, effective, and affordable—even in resource-poor settings. We are passionate about putting the power of family planning into women’s hands worldwide, because when women thrive, so do their families and communities. When women have access to health care and family planning, they tend to go further in their education, earn more, and have healthier children. For more information, visit http://www.engenderhealth.org/. Show less
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    Learn from My Story: Women Confront Fistula in Rural Uganda

    In August 2007, the ACQUIRE Project partnered with the Center for Digital Storytelling and St. Joseph's Hospital in Uganda to coordinate a workshop for Ugandan women who have experienced obstetric fistula. The resulting videos recount hardships and celebrate achievements related to their daily struggles with pregnancy, loss, relationships, as well as their search for safety, acceptance, and dignity.

    The ACQUIRE Project, of which EngenderHealth is the managing partner, works globally to advance and support the availability, quality, and use of facility-based reproductive health and family planning services at every level of the health care system. In many African and Asian countries, the ACQUIRE Project is building local capacity to treat and prevent obstetric fistula, and to support fistula patients through reintegration programs.

    For more information about the ACQUIRE Project, please visit www.acquireproject.org. For more information about EngenderHealth, please visit www.engenderhealth.org, e-mail info@engenderhealth.org, or call 001-212-561-8000.

    This workshop was coordinated by the ACQUIRE Project and made possible by the generous support of the American people through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), under the terms of cooperative agreement GPO-A-00-03-00006-00.

    Copyright 2007 EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project.
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