Latanya Mapp Frett, who runs Planned Parenthood’s global programs, saw the spirit of solidarity in women’s marches in Ghana, Burkina Faso, India, and the United Kingdom. She says people around the world understand that women’s access to reproductive health services is connected to their education, ability to earn income, and ultimately to social and economic development in their countries. The movement, like the world, is “interconnected.”
We want you to hear the voices of Hewlett’s Global Development and Population grantees who are helping expand women’s reproductive and economic choices, and promote government responsiveness to developing country citizens by increasing transparency, participation, and use of robust research and data in decisions.
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