We need 1,000,000 people to tell Congress: Access to contraceptives and Reproductive Health Care is an ESSENTIAL RIGHT.

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To achieve the U.N.'s goal of UNIVERSAL ACCESS by 2015 the U.S. needs to boost it's annual support to at least $1 BILLION

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Sign the Petition -- By signing this petition you are letting Congress know that access to contraceptives and reproductive health care is an essential right, and that to achieve universal access to reproductive health care by 2015, the U.S. needs to boost its annual support to at least $1 billion.

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In the next several months, Congress will be making important decisions regarding U.S. support for international family planning and reproductive health care. Funding for the current year (FY2011) is presently set at $648 million, but that amount could change when Congress approves a permanent appropriation bill. The International Family Planning Coalition has asked Congress to boost the current level of support to $1 billion, an increase of $352 million over current levels. Opponents, however, want to cut the current level of spending. Tell Congress that U.S. needs to boost its support, if we are to achieve universal access to reproductive health care by 2015. Write Congress today by clicking here.

Sign the Global Petition

The U.S. is not the only nation providing family planning and reproductive health services to the developing world. Other donor nations must do their part. Tell world leaders that if we are to achieve universal access to contraceptives and reproductive health care by 2015, the international community must boost the the total level of support for contraceptives and reproductive health care by at least $1 billlion in 2011. Click here and we will add your name to the global petition.