The major impetus behind this step is to strengthen our growth, commitments and sense of urgency, to bridge the gap between innovation and access to quality reproductive health products and services in low-and middle-income countries.
It seems like a big change. But rest assured, our core beliefs haven’t changed at all. Our unwavering commitment to our values, our partners and our core philosophy remains the same.
This past year, we’ve reflected on who we are. Is the organization in its current form best set up to spark bold change? Are we effectively communicating our values and vision for our work? How might we adapt to better meet the needs of girls and women around the world?
“We need to be bold and visionary in order to create the kind of change that is needed and this rebrand is part of that effort.”Shannon Bledsoe, Executive Director
We envision a world where all people can exercise their sexual and reproductive rights, and fulfill their true potential. The Covid-19 crisis has magnified and laid bare jarring global inequities. We believe the ability to select and utilize high-quality reproductive health products and services has an outsized impact in catalyzing global equality. When girls and women have the freedom to exercise their sexual and reproductive rights, it is a catalyst for broader positive change for their individual lives, their communities, and our world.
Please let us know if you have any suggestions or questions. We wouldn’t have made it this far without your support and collaboration, and are grateful to be on this journey with you. We remain determined to push forward and usher in a new era of greater health and well-being, and a vibrant future for girls and women. This is what has always defined us, and this will continue to define us in the days to come.