Abortion

IPPF works to ensure that every woman and girl has the human right to choose to be pregnant or not and we will continue to supply and support safe and legal abortion services and care. We are committed to reducing the number of deaths of women and girls who are forced to turn to unsafe abortion methods. Make Abortion Safe. Make Abortion Legal. For all Women and Girls. Everywhere.

Like many of our Member Associations, Planned Parenthood Association of Zambia (PPAZ), acted swiftly in March 2020 to develop a new and efficient strategic approach to healthcare delivery for its clients. PPAZ introduced an initiative that, for the first time, offered self-managed contraceptive care to women and young people.
Giving birth and having a baby can be a very exciting time in your life. To enjoy a positive pregnancy and childbirth experience, our tips and information may help you care for your body and enjoy your pregnancy to the fullest.
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Whether you’re looking to prevent an unintended pregnancy, or thinking about fertility care, contraception can play a key role. In this blog, we'll explore how you can self-manage contraception & fertility.
Abortion self-care usually includes the self-administration of medical abortion but could also mean self-management of other aspects of the abortion process, such as the post-abortion care. It can also empower you to decide if you want to involve others in your decision and throughout the process.
Whether you’re considering preventing an unintended pregnancy, or thinking about fertility care, contraception is an important topic for many people.
There is no doubt that self-care is an essential part of your health. It is sometimes more frequently associated with mental health, but it can also play a big role towards improving physical health and wellbeing too.
As population figures project that the global population has gone up, we ponder is this by choice or chance? Are people choosing not to have more children during a pandemic, or have people been unable to access contraceptive services?
From misinformation to mistranslations and more, there is an urgent need to review and revise inserts (leaflets) for medical abortion products. For the sake of the people who choose to have an abortion, they need to reflect current evidence, and not contain confusing language and contradictory information.
The present state of human rights for sexual and gender diverse people varies dramatically from region to region and country to country, and so we wanted to highlight the laws, perceptions and challenges surrounding these communities across the globe.