National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

For General Operating Support

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Washington, DC 20036-1916
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for general operating support  
Power to Decide, also known as the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, provides trusted sources of information and research-based solutions related to unplanned pregnancy, contraception, healthy relationships, and other topics via its websites, the press, entertainment industry, and key influencers. Power to Decide works to advance policies that guarantee equitable access to reproductive health information and services, and is currently expanding efforts to promote holistic reproductive well-being both nationally and locally through an initiative that is building capacity across multiple health and social sectors to improve reproductive health. Power to Decide has been a key Hewlett Foundation grantee, particularly as the lead on the 10-year Special Initiative to Reduce the Need for Abortion. This grant is aligned with the overall U.S. Reproductive Health strategy.
for building local systems of support for reproductive well-being  
This grant will support the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, which operates as Power to Decide, to help ten regional, cross-sectoral teams to implement a suite of policies and interventions that optimize reproductive well-being for people in their communities. The project will be centered on a learning collaborative facilitated by Power to Decide that will support participating teams to: 1) catalyze action and innovation on reproductive well-being among policymakers and providers; 2) implement evidence-informed interventions to support reproductive well-being; and 3) aggregate and share learning from participating communities to inform and scale work in more places.

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