More than ever before, young people in Mexico and around the world are using the internet to research contraceptives and other reproductive health issues. This brings a new level of responsibility to information technology, particularly social media. Websites, mobile applications, and social...Read more
More than five million Bolivians live in poverty and approximately six million Bolivians are excluded from basic health services. For over two decades, CIES, IPPF/WHR’s Member Association in Bolivia, has played a lead role in addressing this critical situation. In 2009 the Bolivian government...Read more
More than five million Bolivians live in poverty and approximately six million Bolivians are excluded from basic health services. For over two decades, CIES, IPPF/WHR’s Member Association in Bolivia, has played a lead role in addressing this critical situation. In 2009 the Bolivian government...Read more
Cervical cancer, one of the most deadly and most preventable non-communicable diseases, will kill around 300,000 women this year. Although the disease is preventable and treatable with a comprehensive approach that includes screening and HPV vaccination, a lack of resources means that women and...Read more