Around the world, 214 million women and girls want to prevent pregnancy but need modern contraception. While national and international interest in expanding access to reproductive health is on the rise, policymakers often don’t place enough emphasis on the rights of the women and girls and the quality of care they receive.
Our QUEST initiative examined national and global trends relating to quality and rights and worked to strengthen the abilities of local advocates in our partner countries to make the case for quality and rights to be a national priority.
In Ethiopia, PAI and our partner, The Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Associations (CCRDA), worked to improve the quality of the country’s reproductive. Learn More
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo PAI and our partner, Si Jeunesse Savait (SJS), worked to bring much-needed attention to the sexual and reproductive health needs of individuals in post-conflict settings. Learn More
In India, PAI and our partners, The Center for Catalyzing Change, (C3) and SAHAYOG worked to assess the quality of reproductive health services by examining how broader issues of health system governance, gender equity and the policy environment shape the quality of care. Learn More
In Myanmar, PAI and our partner, Myanmar Partners for Policy and Research (MPPR), worked to better understand the factors that shape the quality of reproductive health services. Learn More
In Pakistan, PAI and our partners, HeartFelt and Shirkat Gag, worked to assess the quality of reproductive health services and understand how broader issues of health system governance, gender equity and the policy environment shape quality of cares. Learn More