GTA and safe abortion

Tags: GTA, Reproductive Health Network Kenya, Safe abortion

A toolkit by Rutgers and the Reproductive Health Network Kenya that trains health care providers to provide more accessible safe abortion care, free of stigma and prejudice.

In Kenya, as elsewhere in the world, access to abortion is often a challenge, as both people with an unintended pregnancy as well as abortion service providers are faced with stigma, taboo, unequal power relations, and harmful gender norms. Such gender inequality is based on social norms, often with underlying discriminatory values and stereotypes. Addressing this is important, yet not easy. This new training booklet “A gender transformative approach to safe abortion” is intended to support health care providers, in particular abortion service providers, to strengthen their service by applying a gender transformative approach.

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