In 2021, in partnership with governments, civil society organisations and implementing partners, MSI supported 19.4 million people to access healthcare across 37 countries. This included 17.3 million clients who accessed a contraception, abortion or post-abortion care
That’s 67,000 clients supported with reproductive choice every day. We estimate that these services prevented more than 14.1 million unintended pregnancies and 6.6 million unsafe abortions, saving the lives of 39,500 women.
We reached millions often left behind by healthcare systems. Over 70% of our contraceptive services were delivered to underserved communities and 1.7 million of our clients were adolescents – a group often excluded from sexual and reproductive healthcare, but for whom we have tailored programmes, ensuring young people can determine their own futures. Our teams also worked to protect access to women’s healthcare in humanitarian settings, including Afghanistan and Myanmar.
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.
We work on a range of projects across Asia Pacific, including menstrual health, addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and supporting public health systems.
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 2021, 273,000 people in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste were using a family planning method provided by MSI Asia Pacific. 63% of these clients were accessed via outreach, in rural communities who may not have otherwise had access to family planning services.
people using a contraceptive method provided by us
unintended pregnancies averted
maternal deaths averted
unsafe abortions averted
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