Sexual and reproductive health is more than a hope. It's a human right.
A woman who is in charge of her sexual and reproductive health can change her life and transform her community.
PAI works to advance universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights through advocacy, partnerships and funding of changemakers.
A better future for women and girls
Safe and legal abortion care is crucial for saving women’s lives in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia’s maternal mortality due to unsafe abortion has decreased since the country liberalized its abortion laws in 2005.
Sylvian Musau tackles motherhood while helping youth in her community avoid unwanted pregnancy.
After learning about contraception from Kenya Muslim Youth Development Organization and its partners, Sylvian shares her story as a youth mentor.
Zambia’s new policy brings the promise of affordable birth control for women and girls.
Thanks to efforts from the Centre for Reproductive Health and Education, Zambia has added contraception and other family planning services to the benefits package in the government’s new national insurance plan.
Global Impact in Action
36 countries throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean
120 partner advocacy organizations
Nearly $7.3 million in grants, advocacy support and strategic guidance
A woman’s sexual and reproductive rights are the most important factors in her ability to improve her life and determine her future.
This is why we advocate to ensure contraceptives stay on shelves, providers can do their jobs and people around the world are able to make free, full and informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health.
We champion policies that protect and fulfill a woman’s right to make decisions about her body, health and future, including the right to safe, legal abortion care.
We believe that everyone — especially women and girls — has the right to determine whether and when to have children.
We champion policies and funding that make sexual and reproductive health and rights a reality for all and fight to remove the policy barriers that prevent everyone, especially women and girls, from receiving the quality care they deserve.