Reproductive choice and education

The benefits of supporting girls to stay in school are far-reaching. When girls can access a quality education, they are better able to pursue a career, create opportunities in their communities and drive positive change.


However, MSI’s analysis has revealed that a lack of access to sexual and reproductive healthcare, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, is driving high rates of unplanned teenage pregnancy, putting global commitments to
girls’ education at risk.

Click here to read our two-pager about the link between reproductive choice and girls’ education.

Umah, a young woman, reads a book in bed. Contraception helped her complete her education.
Umah, an MSI client, studies in her room.

IMPACT STORIES

Real people, real stories, real solutions.

US policies impact choice in Ghana

New restrictions on the right to choose in the United States are… Read More

Defending choice in Nigeria

In this article: Attacks on Roe v. Wade embolden the anti-choice… Read More

The Global Assault on Choice

By Bethan Cobley, Director of Policy and Partnerships, MSI Reproductive Choices    Fifty years after… Read More

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