Challenges and resilience in the face of COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, MSI is committed to being there for the women and girls we serve in 37 countries around the world. We wanted to share some updates on how we’re responding to COVID-19—and how supporters like you are making a difference.

MSI Mashonaland East nurse provider Eve Chirengwa speaks to clients during a group counseling session in Zimbabwe.

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Signs of hope during COVID-19

In the face of significant challenges, we’ve seen signs of hope. We were buoyed by support from donors around the world who stepped up to protect choice on Giving Tuesday Now.

At the same time, governments around the world, including the United Kingdom, Madagascar and Denmark, issued a statement acknowledging the critical importance of sexual and reproductive health rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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