Read our exclusive interview with Dr Padma Rammoorthy, the founder of MedHealth TV, an online portal offering resources on maternal health.
Four decades after legalisation of abortion in India, poor women still do not have access to safe abortion services.
Discovering you are pregnant when you were not expecting to get pregnant can be extremely stressful. Carrying the pregnancy to term or considering an abortion can be a highly emotional decision. Here is what you need to consider.
Abortion stigma has disastrous consequences around the world and as a consequence, people seeking abortions are bullied, shamed, marginalised, and sometimes even punished, thus preventing them from seeking safe health care services.
One of the major challenges in accessing safe abortion services is abortion-related stigma, which cuts across all contexts, continues to negatively affect women’s health and well-being.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition that affects 1 out of 10 women worldwide, and 1 out of 5 women in India.
#AbortionMeraHaq, translating to ‘abortion is my right’, is a campaign demanding safe, legal and affordable abortions for all that require it, because safe abortions save lives.
Srilekha Chakraborty discusses her work with us on the #PeriodsPeCharcha campaign, menstrual hygiene in India, the policy loopholes and what still needs to be done.
On Earth Day 2019, watch this video to understand the A-Z of menstrual cups. A menstruating person creates 120kg of menstrual waste in their lifetime! That's enough reason to cupvert today
In Conversation With Tanzila Khan: Author, Disability Rights Activist, And The Founder Of Girlythings
Girlythings, launched by Tanzila Khan, is an application-based start-up, which provides delivery service for products related to women’s menstrual hygiene.