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Raising a Flag for Gender Equality

With the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) right around the corner, now is the time for individuals and countries to come together to support and elevate the SDGs. Women Deliver is so excited that Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess Mark of Denmark is leading the charge in making the SDGs known to the world. Read More...

Time to Make the new Sustainable Development Goals Matter Most for Girls and Women

By: Katja Iversen & Brittany Tatum, Women Deliver

Imagine a world where no woman dies giving life, where no baby is born with HIV, where every girl is able to attend school and get a quality education, and where everybody—and that includes girls and women —can fulfill their potential and help accelerate progress for all. That world is within reach —and it is time for global action. Read More...

Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess will Participate in the Inspiration meeting for Women Deliver

Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess has been named protector of the largest ever women’s conference and she will therefore be present at the inspiration meeting, to help kick of the mobilisation and engagement of the entire Danish population. Read More... 

Celebrate Solutions: Delivering Family Planning with a Hashtag

By: Brittany Tatum, Women Deliver 

225 million – that’s the number of women in developing countries who have an unmet need for family planning. From financial issues to stigma, there are a number of barriers that block women from accessing the contraception they need. In order to raise awareness, each year on the 26 of September World Contraception Day (WCD) is recognized worldwide. Read More...

Getting girls in school, period.

By: Brittany Tatum; Originally posted on Global Citizen

The call to get more girls in school, and keep them there, has not been a quiet one. Everyone from First Lady Michelle Obama to twelve year-old Kenyan activist Eunice Akoth have been on the front end of the battle to get more girls in school. Even with the progress in recent years, girls still continue to suffer severe disadvantages and face many barriers in education systems, particularly in the developing world. Read More...

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