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This post was originally published on Being Smriti, a blog run by ASAP’s Youth Champion from Nepal, Smriti Thapa. Robert Kennedy once said “This world demands the qualities of youth: not a time of life but a state of mind, … Continue reading
Yesterday, May 5 was the International Day Of the Midwife. As activists for abortion rights, we would like to once again emphasize the need for policies that allow mid-level providers, both midwives and nurses, to perform Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) … Continue reading
Task Shifting has done two wonders for Nepal. First, it’s helped with increasing access for safe abortion: women living in rural areas, and in remote, hilly regions have access to Comprehensive Abortion Care (CAC) though the Manual Vacuum Aspiration method … Continue reading