The road to choice – working in partnership

Leave no one behind   |   18 May 2021   |   2 min read

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“If you give women access to contraception, you empower them to be whatever they want to be”


MSI Reproductive Choices and UNFPA Supplies have been working in symbiosis for years to deliver choice to women around the world. UNFPA donates the commodities, and MSI gets them to where they are needed most. In Uganda, this partnership has been crucial to making contraceptive choice available to women – wherever they are. 

At MSI, we passionately believe that choice cannot be given to then be taken away. But recent cuts to UNFPA Supplies by the UK government threaten women’s fundamental right to control their bodies and futures. We estimate that the impact of the cuts to UNFPA Supplies on our services will leave an additional 6.5 million people in the most marginalised, remote communities unable to access the contraceptive methods they so desperately want and need. 

Reproductive choice keep girls in school, support women to lead, and help communities to thrive. A fairer future is within reach – help us protect it. 

Protect women’s futures

Reproductive choice keeps girls in school, supports women to lead, and helps communities to thrive.


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