Funders for Reproductive Equity

For Support For An Organizational Assessment

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The Funders Network on Population, Reproductive Health and Rights has been a Hewlett Foundation grantee for fifteen years. Through annual meetings and briefings, the Network helps funders understand the field and policy context so they can make the most strategic grantmaking decisions in service of the Network’s goal: that all people have access to the information and services needed to manage their own fertility and protect their sexual and reproductive health. PATH (Seattle, WA) – Program; Renewal; $1,250,000 over 3 years; 3% of program budget For PATH’s Reproductive Health Global Program PATH’s Reproductive Health Global Program works in more than seventy low-income countries to support better reproductive health services for women, men, and youth. This grant would fund three of the Reproductive Health Global Program’s priority activities: developing plans for an on-demand oral contraceptive, introducing a new injectable contraceptive technology called Sayana Press, and assessing the costs to the health system of restrictive abortion policies. The first two activities reflect the Global Development and Population Program’s stronger emphasis on fostering specific improvements in access to and quality of family planning services; the third reflects the Program’s interest in increasing access to safe abortion services by providing better data about abortion for policymakers.
for general operating support  
Funders for Reproductive Equity (FRE) transforms philanthropic culture by optimizing resources for all people’s freedom over their sexual and reproductive lives. FRE is a community of U.S. and global grantmakers with a shared interest in advancing reproductive equity and justice in ways that contribute to the broader aims of racial equity and gender justice. The community organizes annual member conferences; curates and disseminates relevant information on the reproductive health, rights, and justice landscape; and offers meaningful learning opportunities and platforms to build strategic collaborative partnerships. (Strategy: International Reproductive Health)

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