Over the past 20 years, Madagascar has made significant progress in increasing modern contraceptive use from 12.4% to 42%. However, misconceptions about family planning persist, with some…
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The Ghana Somubi Dwumadie programme is enabling people with mental health conditions to claim their rights.
On 8 March, International Women’s Day, The UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) published its first Women and Girls strategy that aims to tackle increasing threats to gender…
On this International Women's Day, we spotlight two passionate female advocates who are committed to improving health outcomes for women and girls.
International Women’s Day: Responding to the dynamic intersections within the community of people with disabilities and mental health conditions.
Options is committed to reducing our carbon footprint and achieving net zero emissions by 2050, in line with the UK government’s net zero target.
Options hosted a panel discussion in Kenya to celebrate our 30th anniversary.
As the new Kenyan govt settles in, it must prioritise progress in sexual and reproductive health/family planning by maintaining or increasing funding.
What does it take to achieve health for all?
The discussion focused on how to engage national stakeholders to include family planning in social health insurance schemes.