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Supporting Family Planning and Abortion Services in Mozambique – Fact Sheet

In 2014, the Government of Mozambique decriminalized abortion. But in many public facilities, stigma, bias, and a shortage of trained health providers, particularly in rural areas, continue to pose barriers to accessing quality abortion services, thereby limiting women’s and girls’ rights to bodily integrity and access to safe services. The Supporting Family Planning and Abortion Services project (locally known as Impacto) seeks to boost gender equality in nine districts of Mozambique’s Manica and Tete provinces. Impacto strengthens the delivery of and expands access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and services and fosters a supportive environment for women and girls to embrace and amplify their voices.

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