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Saima’s Dilemma

Naureen Lalani, ASAP Youth Champion, Pakistan. On the occasion of International Day of the Girl Child, 2017, Naureen reflects on the need to provide access to safe abortion services so that girls grow up with the ability to make the … Continue reading

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Abortion: At the Nexus of Tradition and Modern Views

There are several excellent pro-choice images on Facebook. But here is one that stood out to me. When you look at the image, it is a little hard to believe the “pro-life” (more appropriately, anti-choice) hullaballoo. Seriously, you can’t think … Continue reading

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Abortion Stigma: Breaking the Silence

In the West, one in three women have an abortion. Not all of them talk about it. In the Asia Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa, both the number of abortions and the number of women who need abortions … Continue reading

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