For General Operating Support

EngenderHealth trains public sector health professionals to provide high-quality maternal and reproductive health services in more than 20 countries. This flexible support will allow EngenderHealth to train health care providers in providing quality services, offer supervision at health sites, and work with governments to assure the availability of contraceptive and other supplies. EngenderHealth will also use this support to play a global leadership role in promoting a woman’s right to choose her preferred contraceptive method and testing various models of how to protect these rights in health care systems.
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for support of EngenderHealth's programs and strategy in West Africa  
This supplemental grant will support EngenderHealth to expand its program for sexual and reproductive health and rights in Francophone West Africa particularly in Benin. In late 2021, Benin’s parliament voted to legalize abortion in most circumstances, the first country in the region to do so. EngenderHealth already had a small program focused on abortion advocacy in Benin and is well positioned to expand its work plan in Benin to prepare for and support the implementation of this new reproductive right. This work is aligned with the Global Reproductive Equity strategy outcome to make safe abortion legal and accessible in Francophone West Africa.
for general operating support  
In partnership with governments and communities in more than twenty countries, EngenderHealth trains public sector health professionals to provide high-quality maternal health, family planning, and HIV and AIDS services. With this funding, EngenderHealth will continue to train health care providers, offer facilitative supervision at health sites, and ensure the availability of commodities and supplies. It will work closely with country partners to advocate for policies that support strong, functioning health systems at all levels and encourage individuals, families, and communities to seek family planning and reproductive health services.

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