PAI advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment.
PAI uses research and advocacy to improve access to family planning and reproductive health care across the world so women and families can prosper and live in balance with the earth. Our research and advocacy strengthen U.S. and international assistance for family planning. We work with local and national leaders in developing countries to improve their reproductive health care programs and policies. PAI shows how these programs are critical to global concerns, such as preventing HIV, combating the effects of environmental degradation and climate change, and strengthening national security.
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Happy Abortion Provider Appreciation Day!
Today, we champion the work of abortion providers who protect and fulfill a woman’s right to make decisions about her body, health and future, including the right to safe abortion care. #CelebrateAbortionProviders
PAI is proud to endorse the Abortion is Health Care Everywhere Act, the first-ever legislation to repeal the harmful #HelmsAmendment. It is time for the US to truly protect and promote the #reprohealth and #reprorights of people everywhere. #RepealHelms http://repealhelms.org
PAI believes lasting change should be driven by local experts. That's why we provide advocacy support, strategic guidance & funding to more than 80 grantees in 26 countries. On #IWD2021 help support this work by becoming a monthly donor to PAI. http://bit.ly/3so9LJV
This #InternationalWomensDay, we pay tribute to all the women who are challenging gender inequality and inequity in communities across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021
We're hiring! PAI is seeking a dynamic Chief Financial Officer who embraces leadership, collaboration and strategy to lead our financial department. Learn more about this exciting opportunity here: http://bit.ly/38e30Tz
Coordinated advocacy is critical to #SRHR, especially in times of crisis. Youth #SRH advocate Aminata Badiane Thioye of
@ANJSRPF is challenging health inequity exacerbated by the #COVID19 pandemic by elevating the voices of young people. http://Bit.ly/2GX1t9K #ChooseToChallenge
This #WomensHistoryMonth, join us in celebrating the advocacy leaders we partner with who challenge the social, cultural and political barriers that stand in the way of women and girls accessing the #SRH care they need and deserve. #ChooseToChallenge
The #HelmsAmendment facilitates U.S. control over the health care & bodily autonomy of Black & Brown people around the world. It is a policy rooted in racism & it must fall in order for any vision of health equity & repro justice to be realized. http://bit.ly/3jDNwwz
Today we uplift Black Maternal Health Caucus Co-Founders Congresswoman Alma S. Adams, PhD & Rep. Lauren Underwood for their committed efforts to elevate the #blackmaternalhealth crisis in the United States. Black women continue to face dire racial & ethnic disparities in maternal health outcomes. #LivingBlackHistory
This #BlackHistoryMonth, we honor the Black women whose contributions made significant impacts in shaping the #reproductivehealth movement as we know it today. Their life stories challenged previous privileged mindsets and paved the way to what it means to improve #SRH for ALL.
Congress seized a historic opportunity today to introduce a permanent repeal of the #GlobalGagRule through the #GlobalHERAct, led by Congressman Ami Bera U.S. Senator Susan Collins Congresswoman Barbara Lee Lisa Murkowski Jan Schakowsky and Senator Jeanne Shaheen
🚨 Today, @POTUS signed a presidential memorandum rescinding the #GlobalGagRule, a first and long-awaited step after four years of stigma and discrimination against the global health community.
Today marks the 48th anniversary of #RoevWade, yet women must continue to fight for the right to make decisions about their bodies and lives. #Abortion is essential health care and we must fight to protect this right – in the US and around the world. #Roe48
🚨 Congratulations to the incoming #BidenHarris administration on a successful transition of power on this #InaugrationDay. We look forward to working with the administration to #BuildBackBetter including access to comprehensive reproductive health care.
Earlier this month, our nation witnessed insurrection driven by racism, hate and fear. It is a reminder that “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” We must continue honoring his legacy by fighting for justice, equality and rights. #MLKDay
The inauguration of the Biden-Harris administration on January 20 will bring an abundance of opportunities to repair the damage to FP/RH programs wrought by Trump & Pence. Good riddance to the Trump regime, it's time to “build back better.” https://bit.ly/38KrEvD by @CLasherPAI
From all of us at PAI, have a safe and happy holiday season!
Help us seize opportunities to make real, lasting progress for women and girls in the year ahead. Donate today! http://bit.ly/SM2EOY2020
PAI is proud to announce Nabeeha Kazi Hutchins as our new president and chief executive officer. A seasoned leader with a track record of building multisectoral coalitions, catalytic partnerships and integrated global health advocacy campaigns, Nabeeha brings extensive experience to the role. https://bit.ly/34iZntm
A true #HealthForAll movement challenges unequal power dynamics and ensures that those who have a stake in policy and programs drive decision-making. We support decolonizing global health to shape health systems that #ProtectEveryone. #UHCDay
Sexual and reproductive health is more than a hope — it's a human right. Help make this right a reality for all with a year-end gift to PAI. Donate today! https://bit.ly/SM1EOY2020
Unexpected and unparalleled are two of the words that come to mind when I think about 2020. Yet, throughout the uncertainty of the past year, PAI and the local advocates we support have remained steadfast in our commitment to upholding the rights of women, girls and marginalized communities around t...
Today on #HumanRightsDay, we must continue to affirm our commitment to safeguarding #SRH as a fundamental human right for all. We can build back better from the #COVID19 pandemic by remaining steadfast in our commitment to upholding the rights of women and girls around the world.
On #WorldAidsDay, we cannot forget that harmful foreign assistance policies like the #GlobalGagRule continue to threaten global access to HIV/AIDS antiretroviral therapy and disrupt the health services people living with HIV need.
#HappyThanksgiving from all of us at PAI, and thank you for your continued support!
“We still have partners who are fearful, who have been chilled by enforcement of the policy, who are leery of what they can and cannot do,” says PAI's Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy Jonathan Rucks https://bit.ly/3kSIGdD via
The election and inauguration of former Vice President Joe Biden & Senator Kamala Harris will end the relentless assaults that international #familyplanning and #SRHR programs have suffered under the Trump-Pence administration. https://bit.ly/38L33Hz by
Read @PAI’s blog post featuring @ANJSRPF’s Aminata Badiane Thioye on why participation of young people is vital for #SRHR in COVID-19 responses https://bit.ly/2GX1t9K
Civil society advocates play a key role in ensuring SRH services and information remain available—and not deprioritized—during a health emergency. Read @FP2020 and @PAI’s recommendations for advocacy during and beyond #COVID19 https://bit.ly/3nKtKRw
Governments have a duty to protect their people, and are accountable to the people. Solidarity with protesters in #Nigeria fighting for the end of recurring police brutality at the hands of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad. #EndSarsNow #BlackLivesMatter
Through the #UHC Engage project, PAI and partners collaborated to develop briefs to demystify national UHC financing policy and #familyplanning advocacy opportunities in Ghana, India, Kenya and Uganda. @MarieStopes_Gh @sahayogindiaa @Kmet_Kenya @ppdafrica https://bit.ly/3jkJnfi
Women, especially in rural areas, play a crucial role in their community development. On #InternationalDayOfRuralWomen, PAI continues to empower and support their right to:
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#SRHR are basic human rights that all governments have a duty to respect, protect and fulfill. Policies that restrict lifesaving health care, such as abortion, institutionalize discrimination and violence against women, girls and other marginalized populations. #RepealHelms
On #GivingTuesdayNow, if you’re in a position to do so, please donate to help ensure the health and rights of women and girls stay essential during this crisis - https://bit.ly/35t1oT0
Primary health care can meet more than 80% of people's health needs throughout their lifetime. Let’s make #HealthForAll a priority! #UHCDay
Faith Plus Family Planning In Uganda
“I believe that the church has a big role to play in influencing people’s health at family and individual levels.” -Dr. Ruth Obaikol, Provincial Health Coordinator for the Church of Uganda.
In many developing countries, faith-based organizations are key health care advocates and providers, delivering a significant proportion of healthcare services, including reproductive, maternal and newborn care. In Uganda, faith-based organizations deliver more than 25% of all health services. Faith Plus Family Planning is a PAI initiative that provides faith-based organizations in the developing world with small grants and technical support to hold governments accountable for providing quality family planning and reproductive health services. Learn more today by watching our video. #FamilyPlanning #ReproductiveHealth #Faith #Uganda
The Global Gag Rule—What's the Point?
The Global Gag Rule is dangerous, disingenuous and designed to confuse. The expanded policy leads to poor health outcomes for women, girls and families around the world and the ripple effect damages effective health partnerships, stifles communication between health care providers and threatens global health security.
Do you think you really know the Global Gag Rule? Watch our new video to learn more.
30 Years is Enough: End the Global Gag Rule
Couldn't join our Global Gag Rule tweet chat? Watch our video "30 Years is Enough" to get all the details on this destructive policy. #GGR30th
Championing Women Wordwide
Thank you, Congressman Eric Swalwell for standing up for women worldwide! The fight to protect women's rights is far from over. Share this video to remind the world that women's rights are human rights.
PAI on holding donors accountable for their pledges
PAI President and CEO Suzanne Ehlers explains why promising to donate to family planning isn't enough — we've got to hold donors accountable and make sure they follow through with their pledges. Read more from Devex: www.bit.ly/1bqX3B1
A Driving Force for Change
As you look back on 2012, PAI wants you to know that you have been a driving force behind some amazing victories. Because of your support, women and girls all over the world are making progress on their journey toward a better life. Watch this video message from our President and learn how you have made a difference. Thank you. http://bit.ly/T6zDbj
Empty Handed - Full Version
Empty Handed tells the story of women’s lack of access to reproductive health supplies in sub-Saharan Africa, and its impact on their lives. The film documents the challenges at each level of the supply chain and identifies key areas for improvement. Empty Handed aims to provoke discussion and mobilize support for reproductive health supplies
Weathering Change follows women in Ethiopia, Nepal and Peru as they struggle to care for their families while enduring crop failure and water scarcity. The film explores how family planning can help women adapt to environmental challenges to their health and livelihood.
For more information, visit www.weatheringchange.org.
Who We Are: PAI is a global nonprofit organization advancing the right to affordable, quality contraception and reproductive health care for every woman, everywhere.
Our Mission: PAI promotes universal access to reproductive health and rights through our research, advocacy and innovative partnerships. Achieving this mission will dramatically improve the health and autonomy of women, reduce poverty and strengthen civil society.
What We Believe: PAI believes that the right policies pave the way for women to reach care, and for care to reach women. We believe that civil society champions forge this path by filling gaps in services, overcoming policy obstacles and connecting women to care—but they can’t do it alone.
What We Do: PAI supports civil society champions with grant funding, research and analysis, policy best practices, and connections to other advocates.
What We Can Accomplish: Together with civil society champions, our advocacy removes roadblocks, clears pathways to critical reproductive health care and creates opportunities for women to improve their lives. Together, we can accomplish great things for women and girls around the world.
To learn more about PAI’s continuing story, advocacy and programs, visit our website today: www.pai.org
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We have too many humans on our planet as it is and now Trump wants to stop all help to other countries with counseling, birth control, abortions and so on. How is it that he is still the presdient, I don't understand, where is congress?