Sayana Press Brings Affordable Family Planning to 69 Countries

Lack of contraception and family planning services is a serious challenge for women in developing countries around the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 200 million women in the Global South would like to access contraception, but are currently unable. In 2012 alone, this led to almost 80 million unplanned pregnancies, with about 25% of women resorting to unsafe abortions.

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All-In-One Injectable Contraceptives

Access to adequate family planning services is critical in the Global South where an estimated one-third of all maternal deaths could be prevented by allowing women to plan their pregnancies. Injectable contraceptives are a common birth control method for women worldwide but they need to be routinely administered in a clinic and, as a result, are not always accessible to …

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