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Contraceptive and Microbicide Web Links

Contraceptive Information and Related Links

Alan Guttmacher Institute - Non-profit organization focused on reproductive health research, policy analysis, and public education. Includes links to the institute's periodicals.

Boston Women's Health Book Collective - Authors of Our Bodies, Ourselves for the New Century and Nuestros Cuerpos, Nuestras Vidas.

EngenderHealth - Non-profit organization which works to support and strengthen reproductive health services for women and men worldwide.

FHI 360 - Offers a range of technical services, publications, and other materials focusing on contraceptive technology and reproductive health.

Global Health Council - Alliance of health-care professionals and organizations that works to ensure global health for all.

Knowledge for Health - A knowledge-sharing resource on family planning and reproductive health by the INFO Project at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

International Planned Parenthood Federation - Promotes maternal and child health and family planning.

JHPIEGO - Johns Hopkins Program for International Education in Reproductive Health. Includes ReproLine.

Office of Population Research, Princeton. Includes sections on Contraception and Reproductive Health and Emergency Contraception.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America - Reproductive health information.

Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) - International organization dedicated to improving women's health and preventing communicable diseases.

Population Action International

Population Council, Reproductive Health Program

VasectomyMedical.com - Covers the decision-making process for conventional vasectomies, no-scalpel vasectomies, and vasectomy reversals and includes a physician directory.

Cervical Barrier Advancement Society (CBAS)  - CBAS aims to raise the profile of cervical barrier methods for pregnancy prevention and provide information about research on the potential of cervical barriers to prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.

Links to Other Organizations Involved in Microbicide Development

Alliance for Microbicide Development - Consortium of representatives from industry, non-profit research institutions, and advocacy groups dedicated to microbicide development.

Global Campaign for Microbicides - International campaign to build support for increased investment for microbicides and other user-controlled prevention methods.

International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM)


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