Every woman and girl should determine the direction of her own life.

WRA advocates for women’s and girls’ health, rights, and gender equality. Our approach is simple, radical, and it works.


Ask women and girls what they want.

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NEXT: Listen


Listen to their concerns and ideas for change.

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Act on what they say and galvanize others to do the same.

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NEXT: Impact



Health & gender policies changed


Health workers hired


Major health facility improvements

$330+ million

In multi-government health & social programs

500+ million

Women & girls benefiting

One month ago, a leaked Supreme Court decision indicated the Court’s intention to overturn Roe v Wade. The draft opinion sent shockwaves across the country, which reverberated around the world. Abortion rights activists decried the opinion and many organizations have come out with statements ...supporting comprehensive reproductive healthcare and a woman’s right to choose. We joined these activists in their sorrow, grief, and renewed purpose. Today, the Supreme Court followed through on its threat and has, with one fell swoop, relegated women to second-class citizens - stripping them of the reproductive freedom that is their birthright.⠀

But now isn’t the time for statements – it’s the time for action. At WRA we believe in the power of women’s voices to demand change. That’s why we, as members of WRA, are proud to share our stories and our personal thoughts on what this decision means for our communities and the women we love. We are grateful for this outstanding community of support and encourage all of you to share your stories as well! If you would like to tell us about what this decision means for you, please contact us at info@whiteribbonalliance.org or tag us on social media. This is why we fight and we won’t back down! #abortionrights #AbortionIsHealthcare #RoeVsWade ⠀

#abortion is a deeply personal decision. That is why we are so grateful to our members for sharing their personal experiences, both as people who have had abortions and as care providers who provide #reproductivehealthcare.
Read their stories here👉

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WRA Members Speak Out - Roe v Wade

Our fears have become reality - today the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, destroying, with one fell swoop, fifty years of...


There's a lot to say about this decision as it relates to women's health, exacerbating inequalities, and ending preventable maternal mortality. But today, with grief, we say that this decision is horrifically wrong and we will never stop fighting. #DobbsvJackson #abortionrights

In a stunning 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide - a move that potentially threatens the health and welfare of millions of American women https://reut.rs/3OdSMW5

As a person working with people living with HIV, Respect means respecting what they say, the decisions they make and respecting their bodies! What does Respect mean to you? Tell us # Respectmeans, #Generationequality, #WhatWomenWant

We understand Respect as a way of respecting the decisions and choices we make, How about you? #RespectMeans, #WhatWomenWant, #GenerationEquality @whiteribbonalliance @MakingWavesNet @SalamanderTrust @4Mproject

White Ribbon Alliance UK is back at @glastonbury! Make sure you stop by! #reproductiverights #march4midwives

The campaign for reproductive health rights is back in The Park @glastonbury with The Vigil! Come join us #reprojustice #march4midwives #whiteribbonalliance

Women are demanding respect when accessing reproductive health services! Tell us what #respectmeans to you and tag @WRAglobal. https://youtu.be/mxjss0-pato

Mothers who have experienced loss deserve respect in their most vulnerable situation. Respect to them is to have time to hold their baby. Will you join the campaign and rally the global call for RESPECT?#RespectMeans #WhatWomenWant #GenerationEquality

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Respect for Stillbirth

Mothers who have experienced loss deserve respect in their most vulnerable situation. For them, RESPECT means having time to hold their baby. Will ...

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