On November 26th, women and activists from the Bulgarian non-profit organization "Rodilnitza" gathered in front of the Bulgarian Ministry of Health to present a petition with more than 16,700 signatures for the creation of a new and improved standard for obstetric and gynecological care.
Recently, What Women Want heard from thousands of women in Kenya about their top request for quality reproductive and maternal health care. Here’s what they have to say.
A few weeks ago, I attended the 22nd Annual AIDS Conference in Amsterdam with the What Women Want team and spent four incredible days speaking directly with women from around the world about their top healthcare concerns.
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?
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?