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MSI Reproductive Choices

MSI Reproductive Choices : Putting choice front and centre


"If you empower a woman or a girl, then you’ve empowered a home, you’ve empowered a country and you’ve empowered the world” 

These are the words of Damaless, a fearless nurse from MSI Reproductive Choices in Zambia who sees the power of reproductive choice first-hand. Every day she witnesses how choice supports women and girls to live their lives on their own terms, to stay in education, forge careers and contribute to improving their lives and communities.  

Every day she witnesses how the right to choose is transformational.  

But today, the international community is failing the 230 million women who want access to contraception but can’t get it. And it is failing the 35 million women each year who have to make the agonising decision to resort to an unsafe abortion. 

Every minute of every day, 67 women resort to an unsafe abortion. Let that sink in. By the time we go to bed today 96,000 women will have risked their lives with an unsafe procedure and more than 44,000 will have such severe complications they will need to go to hospital.  

It doesn’t have to be this way.   

As we launch our new strategy we also announce our bold vision for the next decade: By 2030, no abortion will be unsafe and every individual who wants access to contraception will have it.  

We know this is achievable, but it will require us to do things differently.   

Our vision and how to achieve it

We have a long road ahead of us. But reproductive choice is foundational in the drive for gender equality and to a future where women and girls take their rightful place in all aspects of society.

MSI Choice kit in Madagascar

Trump is out

MSI welcomes the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris, but without swift action, Trump's harmful policies will outlive his presidency. On our blog, we share what's needed now to build back reproductive healthcare together.

Building back reproductive healthcare
Women waiting for services in rural Zimbabwe

The Global Gag Rule

When Donald Trump assumed the US presidency in January 2017, one of his first acts in office was the reintroduction of the Global Gag Rule. But what is the Global Gag Rule? And how harmful has it been to women around the world?

Reversing the harm
MSI team members delivering group session in DRC

Who we are

From contraception to safe abortions, and life-saving services following unsafe procedures, we are committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality services for all. With absolutely no stigma attached.

Read more about who we are
Nurse Annie and clients in Madagascar

Join our vision

It costs less than 2 pence per day to protect a young woman from an unintended pregnancy. Join our vision to make choice a reality for all.

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Our vision for the future is bold.

By 2030 no abortion will be unsafe and everyone who wants access to contraception will have it.