$50 can provide 1,150 condoms to help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections, increase people’s reproductive choices and prevent injury or even death.
Providing people with access to contraceptives is a key component of MSF’s sexual and reproductive health services. Contraceptives help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections, increase people’s reproductive choices and prevent injury or even death. But during humanitarian emergencies, these essential items can be out-of-reach for many communities.
Years of ongoing conflict in Central African Republic (CAR) has left the healthcare system in ruins. The country’s maternal mortality rate is the second highest globally. One of the biggest ways to reduce pregnancy-related deaths is through prevention of pregnancy, but access to sexual and reproductive health services is extremely limited in CAR. Facilities that do exist lack available contraceptives that can be distributed to communities.
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