Hear from the changemakers

Advocacy takes a long time, but our grantee partners are already making positive impact through their work. Some grantee partners change the policies and laws governing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in their country. Others transform social norms and provide support to those who are the most vulnerable, such as child brides, LGBTIQ groups, or people living with disabilities. All are committed to building a stronger world where everyone can realise their SRHR.

Below, read a selection of stories from our grantee partners to learn more.


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Grantee Stories

Students sit at desks in a white classroom. The teacher stands at the front of the room, wearing a turquoise outfit.

Grantee stories

Ensuring sustainable integration of classroom-based Life Skills Based Education (LSBE)

Pakistan

Priorities: Access, Youth

A group of people stand in front of a house that is being built.

Grantee stories

Putting menstrual health on the agenda through advocacy and movement building

Nepal

Priorities: Stigma, Youth

A group of people of different ages and genders stand to posing for a group photo on the steps of a beige building. They are all wearing matchign red t-shirts.

Grantee stories

Community collaboration, monitoring, and behaviour change to eliminate FGM/C

Nigeria

Priorities: Violence, Stigma

A group of people holding a banner and marching

Grantee stories

Solidarity in action: movement building and well-being for abortion rights in Madagascar

Madagascar

Priorities: Access, Abortion, Stigma

A large group of people stand facing the camera holding pride flags and cheering

Grantee stories

Mobilising movements to improve the law for LGBTQI+ rights

India

Priorities: Violence, Stigma

The SLIC fact-finding team is sitting around Martha Sabar's family in a family courtyard. There are 4 women and 6 men.

Grantee stories

‘What killed Martha Sabar?’: Strategic litigation to improve maternal health access

India

Priorities: Stigma, Access

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