Search Organizations (English): website, Reproductive health

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National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association
Membership based organization in the US that represents the domestic family planning field, including clinicians, administrators, researchers, educators, advocates and consumers. Works to assure access to voluntary family planning and reproductive health care services and to support reproductive freedom for all. Website includes latest information on reproductive health and politics in the US, membership information, an activist toolkit, and available health services by region etc. (See Details)
Medical Students for Choice – Toronto
Ensures that training is available for new medical doctors in all aspects of reproductive health, including abortion, through raising awareness of practitioner shortage, the lack of abortion education in medical schools, and escalating violence against abortion providers. Represents students at medical schools across the United States and Canada. Website contains information and statistics about reproduction, a newsletter, and reproductive training opportunities for medical students. Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) is dedicated to ensuring that women receive the full range of reproductive health care choices. MSFC recognizes that one of the greatest obstacles to safe and legal abortion is the absence of trained providers. As medical students, we work to make reproductive health care, including abortion, a part of standard medical education and residency training. (See Details)
The Access Project
Integrate early abortion into primary medical care through: facilitation of training of healthcare providers in early medical and surgical abortion methods; removal of financial, legal, and administrative obstacles to providing early abortions; development of a national network of primary care abortion providers; and, advocacy for practitioners becoming early abortion providers. Website contains information and resources aimed at both health care professionals and consumers. (See Details)
Information and Knowledge for Optimal Health Project (the INFO Project)
Ensures that information, knowledge, and best practices for family planning and reproductive health are accessed by multiple audiences with different needs by working to achieve the following results: identify, synthesize, and make available information on useful and best approaches and findings, enhance local capacity to serve local information needs, and strengthen South-South and South-North knowledge communities and networks. Website contains publications and provides information about tools and services they provide. (See Details)