Women Help Women
Women Help Women (WHW) is an international non-profit organization that provides information and access to medical abortion and contraception online. Women Help Women supports a network of over 30 other organizations worldwide (e.g. international networks, safe abortion hotlines) on projects described as activism to advance information and access to sexual and reproductive health, and rights and reproductive justice.
WHW is headquartered in the Netherlands. The WHW website is womenhelp.org.
Women Help Women provides:
- An online medical consultation to access medical abortion with the pills mifepristone and misoprostol as well as contraceptives: oral contraceptive pills, emergency contraception, male condoms, and other contraceptives to women in countries with restricted access to these health products.
- Information and education about contraception, emergency contraception, and medical abortion. WHW’s educational materials are based on publications of the World Health Organization.
2014: Women Help Women was formally launched on September 28, 2014 to coincide with the International Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion (an action sponsored by the Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights).
2016: WHW launched MAMA (Mobilizing Activists around Medical Abortion), a growing network that links and mobilizes activists around medical abortion advocacy in 7 sub-Saharan countries in Africa.
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Filipovic, Jill (27 April, 2017) This New Site Aims to Make It Safer to Have an Abortion at Home, Cosmopolitan, Retrieved August 26, 2018.
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Telegraph Reporters, (28 April, 2017) New website helps American women have abortions at home, The Telegraph, Retrieved August 26, 2018.
Women Help Women, The Organization's Wikipedia entry in Portuguese.
SASS Self-Managed Abortion; Safe and Supported.
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