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Grantee Partner: LIVEI Rwanda

LIVEI Rwanda is a gender justice and human rights organization. Its thematic areas include Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, including challenging the stigma related to abortion. The LIVEI Rwanda project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants aims to harness storytelling models to reduce abortion stigma in Rwanda. LIVEI Rwanda has extensive […]

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Grantee Partner: Dopo

Dopo is a community platform expanding abortion support and conversation to include self-care, community care, and healthcare – before, during, and after your abortion. As of September 2020, it became compulsory for schools in England to teach age-appropriate relationships and sex education (RSE) to their students. This sounds great, but far too often, abortion is […]

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Grantee Partner: Silent Thoughts Collective

The Silent Thoughts Collective project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants aims to provide training and support for traditional birth attendants. By the end of the project, traditional birth attendants should have more confidence, boldness, and resilience in offering abortion services and bringing out positive abortion stories in their communities. In the […]

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Grantee Partner: Colectiva por la Libre Información para las Mujeres

The Colectiva por la Libre Información para las Mujeres (Collective for Free Information for Women) is a Peruvian feminist organization founded in 2009 with the goal to democratize access to scientific and safe information on abortion in Peru, a country where legal access to abortion is only allowed in case of a threat to life […]

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Grantee Partner: Vision in Action Cameroon

The Vision in Action Cameroon project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants aims to develop and apply an abortion stigma measuring tool, to measure three different types of stigma in the Buea community. Lessons, findings, and processes will be shared as reports with all inroads members so that other members can easily […]

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Grantee Partner: Flavours of Family Planning

Flavours of Family Planning is a Rwandan organization that disrupts male engagement in Family Planning- the least addressed and key component of Family Planning. They use edutainment skills to holistically provide quality and friendly family planning information. The Flavours of Family Planning project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants is called SAVE – Safe […]

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Grantee Partner: Tamtang Group

The Tamtang Group project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants focuses on developing a pilot to communicate about abortion with young people using TikTok. Tamtang Group perceived that Thai youth is bombarded by negative, incorrect, and stigmatized ideas about sexual health, reproductive rights, and abortion from teachers and parents. This action aims […]

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Grantee Partners: AbortionData.org

The Abortion Data Org project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants focuses on researching, measuring, and providing easy-to-access data about abortion stigma in Colombia. The project aims to challenge traditional powers by producing data with a feminist and stigma-free approach. Providing these findings in a user-friendly and non-academic online source, so people […]

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Grantee Partner: Sisters Taking Charge

The Sisters Taking Charge project that will be supported by inroads 2021 iPF Grants focuses on capacity-building for traditional birth attendants to mitigate abortion stigma, promote reproductive health information, and integrate their practice with referrals to health systems for safe abortions.  The team perceived that people in many villages in their region have no knowledge […]

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Supporting a culture of self-help at the community level: Serena Morena

This month’s story series is about inroads members who accompany people’s abortions across the world. While there is a growing need for self-managed abortions to bust stigma that exists in different legal contexts or medical establishments, there is also a need to understand what building a community of companionship for abortions looks like. The members […]