Reproductive & Sexual Health
People who have more control over their childbearing and reproductive health have more control over their lives. Policies and programs that support girls and all women unlock economic advancement, educational opportunity and better health for communities around the globe. PHI has worked for a half century to empower women and girls in the United States and globally, through research, advocacy and leadership programs, including evidence-based comprehensive sexuality education, advocacy, positive youth development, research and development of new tools to provide women control over pregnancy, and organizational and professional development. PHI experts launch and sustain programs that equip community members with the skills they need to become health advocates for sexual and reproductive health, with extensive experience developing world-renowned leadership programs for cis- and transwomen, youth, low-income populations, and communities of color.
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See all Reproductive & Sexual Health Impacts
- 130K Central American youth reached with accurate sexual and reproductive health information from GoJoven and Fellows
- 1.2K funders, developers & researchers collaborating on MPTs
- 7x increase in risk of cardiovascular disease death associated with some combinations of pregnancy complications
PHI is Leading the Conversation
PHI Experts Working on this Issue:
Carmen Nevarez, MD, MPH
Co-Director, Center for Health Leadership and Impact,
Center for Health Leadership and Impact
Bethany Young Holt, PhD, MPH
Executive Director, CAMI Health | Director, Initiative for IMPTs,
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