More Than 300 Partners Want to Know – What do Women and Girls Want Most When It Comes to Quality Health Care?

More Than 300 Partners Want to Know – What do Women and Girls Want Most When It Comes to Quality Health Care?

Launched on April 11 – International Day of Maternal Health and Rights – What Women Want and its more than 300 partners aims to hear directly from one million women and girls worldwide about what quality health care means to them. The one question survey is simple – what is your top request for quality reproductive and maternal health care services?

Comprehensive reproductive health information: It’s #WhatWomenWant this World Population Day

One-in-four Ugandan girls aged 15–19 years old is a mother or pregnant with her first child, robbing 25% of the country’s adolescent girls of their potential. Teen pregnancy also contributes to thousands of deaths and disabilities to young girls and newborn every year, with consequences for mother, child, family, community and nation. WRA Uganda is utilizing citizen-led advocacy to raise the issue among policymakers and using the What Women Want campaign to hear directly from women about their needs around reproductive health and family planning.

Listening to Women: A Crucial Step Toward Gender Equality

The What Women Want campaign seeks to support a broader movement for gender equality and women’s empowerment by starting with a basic – yet profound – question to one million girls and women worldwide: What is your top request for quality reproductive and maternal healthcare services?

What Women Want: Fathers play a key role

What Women Want: Fathers play a key role

As the world celebrates Father’s Day, White Ribbon Alliance and partners are calling upon all current and prospective fathers to get involved in the “What Women Want” campaign. For far too long, reproductive and maternal health is seen as primarily women’s responsibility. But the fact is, fathers occupy a special position of influence with the women and girls in their families.

Quality, Equity, Dignity in health services – It’s everybody’s job: national leaders, citizens, health professionals

Quality, Equity, Dignity in health services – It’s everybody’s job: national leaders, citizens, health professionals

There can be no Universal Health Coverage (UHC) without quality, equity, dignity and sexual and reproductive health and rights ‘– that statement by Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus captures one of the key takeaways from the 71st World Health Assembly.