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Apr 10

New Interns!

Hana Raskin is RHAP’s spring 2018 Network Research Intern. She is studying at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, where she is part of the Gender Working Group, a group which aims to mainstream gender into conversations on global affairs. She has written research papers on why abortion is a security issue, and on reproductive rights…

Mar 27

Getting Involved with RHAP

There are many ways to get involved with the Reproductive Health Access Project. Clinicians can sign up to receive our monthly Contraceptive Pearls, an evidence-based, free e-publication sharing the most up-to-date contraceptive information. For those of you who are clinicians and are looking to get more involved in RHAP’s clinical organizing, please join the Reproductive…

Jul 18

Spotlight on a Donor: Debora Jacques

Debora Jacques was connected to RHAP more than ten years ago through her sister-in-law, Elisa, a longtime RHAP friend and supporter. Knowing that Debora was passionate about reproductive health and looking for an organization to become involved with, Elisa forwarded her a fundraising appeal, sparking what would become a decade-long relationship with RHAP. Not only has…

May 02

100 Days In: What Now?

The past few months have been an intense and busy time for us. We have readjusted some of our strategies in response to the new political landscape. Our organization can no longer just focus on expanding access to reproductive health care; we must now work just as hard to preserve the access we have. We…

Jan 17

Volunteer for RHAP

If there is a silver lining to the challenges that lie ahead, it is the satisfaction of knowing that more people are willing to mobilize and become aware of the injustices the incoming administration tries to pose on the American public. We have seen the impact of this increased engagement.  Since the election more individuals…

Dec 26

Reflection on the Next Four Years

The political landscape for reproductive health care—in the face of the incoming administration and an anti-abortion Congress—will be challenging in the coming months and years. While there is a lot we don’t know for sure, there are some things we do know. We know that there are serious threats to the future of women’s health…

Nov 01

Welcome to RHAP: Rosanna Montilla-Payano

In October we welcomed Rosanna Montilla-Payano, RHAP’s Development Officer, as the newest member of the RHAP team. Rosanna’s passion for social justice, in particular issues of health care, education, women’s rights, and philanthropy make her an excellent match for our growing organization. Prior to joining the Reproductive Health Access Project, Rosanna worked as a Development…

Aug 10

RHAP is Recruiting Interns for Fall 2016!

The Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is now recruiting interns for this Fall! Our Interns play a key role in ensuring that the Reproductive Health Access Project fulfills its mission by supporting the staff of this small but busy organization. We are currently seeking a Development and Communications Intern and a Program Support Intern to…

Apr 27

Spotlight on a donor, Kim Daly

Kim spends her days as a production editor for trade and educational publishing, but she is always on the lookout for opportunities with mission-based projects that help individuals in need of extra support. “Before becoming a donor, I started volunteering. About three years ago I got involved with an organization working with victims of sexual…

Dec 22

Spotlight on a Donor: Virginia Sobol

As a life-long feminist, Virginia Sobol has always supported reproductive rights, but working full-time throughout her career in marketing and corporate communications, she had very little time to pursue this passion. Then in 2012, she decided to work part-time, consulting for small real estate firms. This opened up a lot more time to focus on…