Disease Prevention-women’s health

8 NGOs Improving Women’s Health.

Towards 2030: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.SDG3

Target3.1 :By 2030, reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100,000 live births. several NGOS are working towards improving women’s health. Through targeting various health aspects , the NGos below are supporting the improvement of women’s lives.

  1. Women Deliver: A global advocacy organization that focuses on maternal and reproductive health, aiming to advance gender equality and empower women and girls.
  2. Women’s Health Initiative (WWHI): This NGO focuses on promoting women’s health and well-being, particularly in developing countries, through initiatives such as healthcare training, reproductive health services, and advocacy.
  3. EngenderHealth: A global organization that works to improve women’s reproductive health and rights, with a particular emphasis on family planning, maternal health, and HIV/AIDS prevention..
  4. Global Fund for Women: An organization that supports grassroots initiatives and movements working to advance women’s health and rights worldwide, addressing issues such as violence against women, reproductive rights, and economic empowerment.
  5. Women’s Refugee Commission: This NGO focuses on the health and well-being of displaced women and girls, providing access to reproductive healthcare, addressing gender-based violence, and advocating for their rights.
  6. Every Mother Counts: Founded by the model and maternal health advocate Christy Turlington Burns, this organization aims to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother worldwide through grants, awareness campaigns, and partnerships.
  7. Fistula Foundation: Dedicated to ending obstetric fistula, a devastating childbirth injury, this NGO provides surgical treatment, education, and prevention programs to improve women’s health and well-being.
  8. Planned Parenthood: A global organization that provides reproductive healthcare services, including access to contraceptives, abortion services, and general women’s health check-ups.
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