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Au Cameroun, 63% des Femmes Qui Veulent Éviter Une Grossesse N'utilisent Pas de Méthode Moderne de Contraception (07/29/2014)

In Cameroon, 63% of Women Who Want to Avoid Pregnancy Do Not Use a Modern Method of Contraception (07/29/2014)

Two Decades After Emergency Contraceptive Pills Became Available, Few Women Use Them (07/22/2014)

The Cost of Abortion, When Providers Offer Services and Harassment of Abortion Providers All Remained Stable Between 2008 And 2012 (07/02/2014)

Birthrates and Abortion Rates Decline In Colorado After Program Broadens Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (06/24/2014)

New Study Documents Reasons Married Women in Developing Nations Who Wish To Avoid Pregnancy Do Not Use Contraceptives (06/17/2014)

June 2014 Issue of Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health Now Available (06/16/2014)

Debate on Ways to Reduce U.S. Abortion Rate Intensifies Even as Abortion Rate Continues to Decline (06/09/2014)

Women Wishing to Avoid Pregnancy Often Use Withdrawal in Conjunction with Other Contraceptive Methods (06/06/2014)

In Rwanda, Treating Complications from Unsafe Abortion Drains Scarce Health Resources (05/30/2014)

Au Rwanda, le traitement des complications de l’avortement non médicalisé épuise de faibles ressources de santé (05/30/2014)

Guttmacher Institute Announces Winner of The Cory L. Richards Memorial Scholarship (05/30/2014)

The Guttmacher Institute Mourns the Passing of Jeannie I. Rosoff, former President and CEO (05/15/2014)

Ann M. Starrs to Become the Guttmacher Institute’s Next President and CEO (05/06/2014)

U.S. Teen Pregnancy, Birth and Abortion Rates Reach Historic Lows (05/05/2014)

La herramienta que hace más fácil utilizar los datos sobre salud y derechos sexuales de la gente joven ahora está disponible en español (04/30/2014)

Outil d'accès aux données sur la santé et les droits sexuels des jeunes aujourd'hui disponible en français et en espagnol (04/30/2014)

Tool That Makes Data on Young People’s Sexual Health and Rights More Accessible Now Available in Spanish and French (04/30/2014)

Allowing Licensed Chemical Sellers in Ghana to Sell Injectable Contraceptives Could Increase Use (04/14/2014)

Growing Gap Between First Sex and First Birth Means Women Face Longer Period of Risk for Unintended Pregnancy (04/10/2014)

Abortion Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act: Achieving Transparency and Truly Informed Consumer Choice (03/27/2014)

March 2014 Issue of Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (03/21/2014)

New Report Underscores Critical Importance of Family Planning Programs and Providers (03/20/2014)

Guttmacher Launches County-Level Tablemaker for Contraceptive Needs and Services Data (03/12/2014)

As Supreme Court Takes Up Contraceptive Coverage Cases, New Guttmacher Analysis Puts the Facts Front and Center (03/11/2014)

L’avortement a risque est frequent au Burkina Faso (02/12/2014)

Unsafe Abortion Is Widespread In Burkina Faso (02/12/2014)

Guttmacher Institute Launches the Cory L. Richards Memorial Scholarship (02/06/2014)

U.S. Abortion Rate Hits Lowest Level Since 1973 (02/03/2014)

December Issue of International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health Now Available (01/06/2014)



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