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Availability, accessibility and utilization of post-abortion care in Sub-Saharan Africa

As originally published in Healthcare for Women International, Dec. 19, 2019 (Taylor & Francis) At a time of urgent calls for more evidence on the situation of abortion services globally (Faundes, 2012; Faundes, Rao, & Briozzo, 2009), the authors synthesize available research on the provision, utilization, and accessibility of post-abortion care (PAC) services in sub-Saharan […]

Young men, poverty and aspirational masculinities in contemporary Nairobi, Kenya

As originally published in Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Dec. 17, 2019 (Taylor & Francis) In this paper, the authors, Izugbaraa and Egesab, explore the masculinity aspirations of poor male youth in Nairobi and the role of memory and lived experiences in driving norms and imaginations of masculinity among them. The […]

ICRW celebrates top ten moments of 2018

Top Ten Moments of 2018 As we usher in the new year, we’d like to take a moment to recognize ICRW’s top ten successes from 2018, as selected by our staff.  We have a lot to celebrate as we head into 2019, and we look forward to the road ahead and the relationships we continue to […]

Izugbara Receives Reproductive Justice Research Champion Award

Today, ICRW’s Director of Global Health, Youth and Development Chimaraoke Izugbara received the Reproductive Justice & Abortion Research Award at the Abortion & Reproductive Justice: The Unfinished Revolution III conference in South Africa. The conference is hosted by Rhodes University’s Critical Studies in Sexualities and Reproduction research program and in collaboration with the Sexual and Reproductive […]

Human Research Protection Program

John Townshend, ChairVP and Director, Reproductive HealthPopulation CouncilShana Williams, Vice ChairBusiness Development ManagerInternational Center for Research on WomenMyra JacobsBiological ScientistTom MerrickProgram Advisor, Health and PopulationsWorld Bank InstituteSid SchulerSocial AnthropologistRohini PandeSocial DemographerLaurie Calhoun (alternate)