Known for its effective leadership, expertise, and credibility, the National Partnership for Women and Families has a long history of using advocacy and public education to advance women's reproductive health and rights within a broader framework of policies to improve the lives of women and families. During the last grant period, other Hewlett Foundation grantees noted the value of having the respected voice of the National Partnership at the table as part of the pro-choice coalition, particularly during the health care reform debates. During this grant period, the National Partnership aims to improve the quality of comprehensive reproductive health services; protect and expand affordable access to these services, particularly through implementation of the new health care reform law; and protect reproductive rights in the federal judicial system.
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