Picture a world where every woman is empowered. Where she never hesitates, never falters, never waivers in her confidence and belief in herself.
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The first official day of the 3rd annual Women Deliver Conference just wrapped up. Perhaps the biggest takeaway here so far is the incredible presence and engagement of young people.
In many parts of the world, women face tremendous barriers to accessing information and services for their sexual and reproductive health.
It's no newsflash: women are daring to change the world. Nearly every day there are headlines, from Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan to Hillary Clinton in the US, detailing accomplishments from courageous women of all ages and backgrounds.
Theologians argue over when life begins. Physicians declare when it ends. In between, adult women should decide for themselves when their junk gets touched, by whom and for what reason.
Afghanistan is now ranked second worst in the world when it comes to maternal mortality. But there is hope on the horizon.
Not all of us think of ourselves as feminists, because so many have worked so hard to make it a dirty word. But think of it this way: we all have wom...
Without adequate family planning programs in the developing world -- and here in the U.S. -- women will always be at unacceptably high risk of death, illness and disability.
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