Global Health is Failing Women and Girls
Global investments in women and girls have stalled, leaving many underserved
Reproductive Rights Are at a Crossroads in a COVID-Weary World
Some countries have improved access and care, while others have floundered
#TimesUp on Violence and Sexual Harassment Against Women in Health Professions
This week marks the first international treaty to end workplace harassment
Periods Don't Stop For Conflict
Addressing women's health in Ukraine and other conflict zones
A Look at Women's Protests
A snapshot of women-led protests around the world
The U.S. Government’s Role in Addressing Global Women’s Health
What will happen to women and girls in low- and middle-income countries in the future as aid stalls and progress slows?
How to Save the Lives of Women and Girls in Africa
African governments must follow through on their lofty declarations and allocate national budgets to save women’s lives
Human Development is the Best Contraceptive—Why India Does Not Need a Two-Child Norm
Key to harnessing potential of India is enhancing capabilities of young people and expanding freedoms of girls and women
Gender and the Coronavirus Outbreak
Gender inequities make outbreaks worse, so why not integrate gender analysis into the response now to help save lives?
Healthy Birth—and Then What?
Women in sub-Saharan Africa who give birth in health care facilities may not always receive high quality postpartum care
Baby in a Bomb Shelter
Oscar nominated documentary “For Sama” gives powerful if gruesome glimpse of what it’s like to raise a kid in a war zone
The United States Has Mommy Issues
The factors behind rising U.S. maternal mortality
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
“But it wouldn't be nothing, nothing, without a woman or a girl.” - James Brown
In Kansas, Health Care Is Failing Pregnant Women Who Are Refugees
"Appointments were fraught with the silence of uncomfortable providers"