Guttmacher Institute

For Support For The Mexico City Policy Tracking Study

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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The Guttmacher Institute conducts scientific inquiry to produce policy-relevant research on key issues relating to sexual and reproductive health. The institute continues to build the evidence for policy changes that promote sexual and reproductive health, and carry out a program of social science research, policy analysis, and public education.

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