Population Action International

Founding Year: 1965

Staff: 47

Budget: $16m (2019)

Carolyn Gibb Vogel & Elisha Dunn-Georgiou (Interim co-CEOs)

Is an international, non-governmental organization “that uses research and advocacy to improve global access to family planning and reproductive health care.” It works with policymakers in Washington and a network of partners in developing countries to advance women’s reproductive rights.

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Population Action International contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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