Access & Abortion: Medical abortion in Nepal
Medical & Surgical Abortion
Myths & Facts
I am a student in the second year – I have my whole future in front of me. I would like to be a magistrate in my professional life. Frankly, I knew deep inside me that this pregnancy would hinder my plans.Mira, Burkina Faso
Unsafe abortion is a huge problem in Uganda with an estimated 400,000 women having an unsafe abortion per year. Meet the young people who are working hard to stop unsafe abortions amongst their peers.
In this podcast, IPPF speaks to Akosua Agyepong, a volunteer and peer educator with the Youth Action Movement based in Ghana, on her work battling abortion stigma amongst her peers and within her community.
I’ve been married for 10 years and have one son who is eight years old. I haven’t studied and am currently a housewife. In another 5 to 6 years I might be ready, but not now.Sangeeta, Nepal
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Her in charge - Medical abortion and women’s lives - A call to action