Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights



Unintended Pregnancy in the United States   Also in PDF, February 2015

State Facts on Publicly Funded Family Planning Services, December 2014

Adding It Up: Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health   Also in PDF, December 2014



Meeting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Adolescents in School-Based Health Centers   Also in PDF
Heather D. Boonstra, Guttmacher Policy Review, April 2015

Beyond Preventing Unplanned Pregnancy: The Broader Benefits of Publicly Funded Family Planning Services   Also in PDF
Adam Sonfield, Guttmacher Policy Review, December 2014

Building It Is Not Enough: Family Planning Providers Poised for Key Role in Helping People Obtain Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act   Also in PDF
Kinsey Hasstedt, Guttmacher Policy Review, December 2014



Benefits of Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Malawian Women   Also in PDF
, November 2014

Avantages à répondre aux besoins de contraception des Camerounaises   Also in PDF, juillet 2014

Avantages liés á  la satisfaction des besoins en matière de contraception moderne au Burkina Faso (PDF), décembre 2011



Estimates of the Incidence of Induced Abortion and Consequences of Unsafe Abortion In Senegal   Also in PDF
Gilda Sedgh, Amadou Hassane Sylla, Jesse Philbin, Sarah Keogh and Salif Ndiaye, International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Volume 41, Issue 1, March 2015

Making the case for multipurpose prevention technologies: the socio-epidemiological rationale   Also in PDF
H Boonstra, S Barot and M Lusti-Narasimhan, British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 121, Issue s5, October 2014

Impact of the federal contraceptive coverage guarantee on out-of-pocket payments for contraceptives: 2014 update   Also in PDF
Adam Sonfield, Athena Tapales, Rachel K. Jones, Lawrence B. Finer, Contraception, September 2014



Adding it Up: the Costs and Benefits of Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health 2014   Also in PDF
Susheela Singh, Jacqueline E. Darroch and Lori S. Ashford, December 2014

Contraceptive Needs and Services, August 2014

Démystifier les données: guide pour utiliser les données disponibles afin d'améliorer la santé et les droits sexuels des jeunes
Ragnar Anderson, Christine Panchaud, Susheela Singh, Katherine Watson, avril 2014



25% of married women in Senegal have an unmet need for contraception, Infographic, April 2015

51,500 Senegalese women have an abortion each year, Infographic, April 2015

At mu jot, 51 500 - maanaam juróom-fukki junni ak benn ak juróomi téeméeri doomi Senegaal yu jigéen dinañu sàkku dindi ëmb, Infographic, April 2015