Global impact in 2020

Despite daunting projections at the beginning of the pandemic warning that up to 80% of services could be disrupted, the MSI global partnership reached 12.8 million clients, across 34,000 sites, with high-quality sexual and reproductive health services in 2020.  

Around the world, 32.6 million people are using a method of contraception provided by the MSI global partnership, and across the countries where we work, an average of one in five women who want contraception are using a method provided by us.  

Every single day, we served 35,000 people with the contraception, safe abortion, and post-abortion care services that enabled them to continue to build the lives they want. One in six clients were adolescents under the age of 20, a group that is still facing significant barriers to access around the world.

What we do

We keep our clients at the centre of everything we do, tailoring our services and approach accordingly. We reach our clients across Asia Pacific through a range of channels, including centres in urban settings and outreach teams for rural or remote clients.

What we do

Our projects

We work on a range of projects across Asia Pacific, including menstrual health, addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and supporting public health systems.

Country programs

We are the support office for MSI programs in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste. Our teams in-country provide sexual and reproductive healthcare through clinics, outreach, public sector strengthening.

In 2020, over 250,000 people in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste were using a family planning method provided by MSI Asia Pacific. 68% of these clients were accessed via outreach, in rural communities who may not have otherwise had access to family planning services.

Country programs

Our Asia Pacific impact in 2020

In 2020, over 250,000 people in the Asia Pacific countries we serve were using a family planning method provided by MSI Asia Pacific. 68% of these clients were accessed via outreach, in rural communities who may not have otherwise had access to family planning services.

252,000

people using a contraceptive method provided by us

108,000

unintended pregnancies averted

110

maternal deaths averted

23,000

unsafe abortions averted

Our Impact
Women have more responsibilities at home than men, so they struggle to take time off and travel to a clinic to avail these services. Some women do not have money or do not know where to go even if they want to seek family planning services.
Nurse Anita, Nepal

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