A radical women’s health campaign ensures leaders worldwide will listen to the answer.
Hundreds of women and girls visited the What Women Want booth at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning to make demands for expanding and improving family planning around the world.
Accessibility to quality health care centers is a major issue that contributes to high maternal mortality rates in Kenya—and now, women across the country are demanding the care they need.
The What Women Want campaign has provided EngenderHealth Uganda with an opportunity to get first-hand information about the women’s priority concerns regarding sexual and reproductive health and rights. From their responses, we’ve learned they fundamentally want their rights respected and to have healthy reproductive lives.
I interviewed hundreds of women at the 22nd Annual AIDS Conference in Amsterdam—and discovered that, no matter where they are from, women everywhere want the same, universal things.
The current global What Women Want campaign has roots in India—where advocates realized women’s voices were missing from their work to improve maternal healthcare and deliberately sought them out.
Ms. is proud to host the What Women Want blog series—where we will share the reproductive and maternal healthcare demands from women and girls around the world. In our first installment, women from Uganda speak out on pregnancy and childcare.