This grant contributes to the Guttmacher Institute’s large-scale, multicountry study assessing the policy impact of the Mexico City Policy, or Global Gag Rule, on sexual and reproductive health funding, services, and outcomes in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Uganda. The study will track changes in the funding available for services in these countries and the multiple pathways through which these changes may affect service delivery and individual-level outcomes. Research findings will be useful for advocacy.
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Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support
Working in the United States and globally, the Guttmacher Institute seeks to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights by combining original research, policy analysis and advocacy, communications strategies to shape the public discourse, and capacity-strengthening activities that maximize the reach and impact of partners’ research and advocacy efforts. (Strategies: U.S. Reproductive Equity and Global Reproductive Equity)
for documenting the cost of unsafe abortion in Rwanda
Guttmacher Institute, Inc. (New York, NY) - Project, New, $200,000 over 1 year; 67% of project budget for support of documenting the cost of unsafe abortion in Rwanda