First established in 2006, Marie Stopes Papua New Guinea is now the largest provider of sexual and reproductive healthcare in the country. A low contraceptive prevalence rate of just over 25% and high maternal mortality continue to pose challenges for the country.
Timor-Leste is one of the youngest nations in the world, gaining independence in 2002. The country has made significant improvements to the lives and wellbeing of its population since independence, yet many challenges remain. This includes high rates of maternal mortality and teenage pregnancy.
We began operating in Cambodia in 1998, and over the past two decades have seen the contraceptive prevalence rate rise from 7% to 39%.
Thanks to strong partnerships between the Cambodian government, their dedicated public health workers and our team in Cambodia, more women than ever before are now able to access contraception and safe abortion services in the country.
Just $50 can train a peer educator to help educate hundreds of women each year about sexual and reproductive health.
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