Resources

 

Here you will find many valuable resources. If you click on a country in the country map, you will get information about the brand of misoprostol that is sold, current abortion laws, and other information. Furthermore you can download our original training manual. This training manual covers menstruation, contraception, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), high risk sex or rape, pregnancy, birth, how to use misoprostol to prevent post-partum hemorrhaging (PPH), and how to use misoprostol for safe abortion. We also have low-literacy instructions for safe abortion with misoprostol and safe birth with misoprostol. There are also links to scientific articles and resources of the WHO. Please feel free to download and spread all this material.

  • Training Manuals

    Everybody interested to learn how to provide information about the best use of misoprostol and how to train others, can download our training material here in english, french, arabic, kurdish, urdu, etc.
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  • Abortion with pills English

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  • Misoprostol in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

    Misoprostol tablets are on the list of essential medicines of the World Health Organization (WHO). Misoprostol can be used by women themselves to save their lives. Misoprostol causes contractions of the womb. Misoprostol can be used to Induce a safe abortion Treat an incomplete miscarriage… Read more »

  • Safe birth with Misoprostol

    Heavy bleeding after giving birth (Postpartum hemorrhage, PPH) is one of the main causes of women’s death after giving birth (25%). 14 million women experience bleeding after birth annually. In other words: 1 in 10 women will have PPH after giving birth and of 1 of each 100 women who have PPH will… Read more »

  • Safe abortion: low-literacy

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  • Abortion Facts

    We are fighting for womens rights to a safe and legal choice. In many countries, women die as a result of abortion being criminalised. The facts are are often gruesome and always humiliating violations of human rights. Read more »

  • Human rights and abortion

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