Over the past 50 years, U.S. government investments in research and innovation have played a major role in improving the lives of women, children and families worldwide. Investments in sexual and reproductive health technologies, including contraceptives, vaccines, diagnostic tools
Sex education for women in Rural India
Suraksha Project is an initiative to "Educate Rural Women about the choice of contraceptives and basic information about HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. We have organized more than 100 medical camps across 56 villages, educating women about “Contraception (Garbha-nirodhak Upaya) , Knowledge about the transmission of HIV infection, and prevention of sexually transmitted infection.
- 2K+ lives touched
- Educational camps across 56 villages
In developing countries about half of sexually active women of reproductive age, or 818 million women, want to avoid pregnancy, meaning that they do not want to become pregnant for at least two years or want to stop childbearing altogether.
Towards a roadmap to advance non-hormonal contraceptive multipurpose prevention technologies: strategic insights from key stakeholders
The development of non-hormonal contraceptives is critical to increase options for women. In combination with prevention against sexually transmitted infections, they can become an important component of multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs)