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Bill calls for U.S. to integrate comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services to global efforts

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Imagine if a comprehensive sexual and reproductive health program comprised an integral part of the U.S. global health response. Funding would be authorized and services would be available to build a continuum of care that would promote voluntary family planning information and resources where unmet demand  exists, provide comprehensive sexuality education, link contraceptive services to […]

Global Reproductive Rights and the Link to HIV/AIDS

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This post is by the Global Center’s Rabita Aziz. Toni Bond Leonard, president and CEO of Black Women for Reproductive Justice (BWRJ),  was 12 years old when she became pregnant.  Her mother, a single woman unable to earn an income due to debilitating multiple sclerosis, ran their household on the $300 a month she received […]