PAI Report Documents Preliminary Impact Of Mexico City Policy On Women’s Health In Ethiopia

PAI: Access Denied: Ethiopia
This report documents the “preliminary impact of [the expanded Mexico City Policy] on women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights. At the time of publication, key populations who rely on the private sector — such as adolescents and youth, people living with HIV/AIDS, and sex workers — are directly being affected by the closure of previously U.S.-supported health clinics. Additional impacts include: the loss of key U.S. partners for service delivery; the dismantling of partnerships between compliant and noncompliant organizations; the undermining of other donors’ health programs and projects; and the uncertainty of securing future funding for sexual and reproductive health commodities” (7/18).

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