We met our year end fundraising match, and then some! Supporters like you gave more to the Reproductive Health Access Project in 2012 than ever before. This means we’ll be able to do even more in 2013. We have lots of plans in store: expanding our clinical training opportunities, creating new clinical tools and resources, working on the ground in places like Arkansas, Montana, Rhode Island and Texas.
This month marks the 40th anniversary of the Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision. While we’ve made great strides in improving abortion care and the health of women since 1973, today more than half of all women in the United States live in a state that restricts access to abortion is some way.
We are proud that the work we do is pro-active. By working directly with clinicians who care for the most underserved populations the Reproductive Health Access Project expands access to contraception and abortion in the most restricted areas. Clinician by clinician, state by state, we are quietly ensuring that the legacy of Roe continues to be meaningful in our country.