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The What Women Want campaign heard from more than 1 million women and girls in countries about the one thing they want most for their own reproductive and maternal health care. Around the world, women are telling us to lift our he, challenge and listen to our assumptions and assuredness.
The 1. Another Listen This report explores the inseparable link between health from equality for all women and girls. June Behind the Demands This report goes behind the top demands to provide more detail about what women asked for and how we can act accordingly.
November July Frequently Asked Questions. What Women Want: Demands for Quality Healthcare for Women and Girls is a global advocacy campaign to improve quality maternal and reproductive healthcare for women and girls and strengthen health systems see current reproductive and maternal health statistics below. That is why White Ribbon Alliance has always worked to increase collaboration between citizens and governments to identify the challenges and co-create solutions to improve reproductive and maternal health outcomes.
The What Women Want campaign embodies this principle. In the most basic way, this survey was different in that it posed an open-ended question, allowing for any response. The focus was to give voice to women and enable them to speak out about quality of care.
Across global health and development efforts, there has been a push to get women into health facilities, but if those facilities do not meet the needs of women, not only will women not seek them out, but the services will not be effective. Just as the women and girls who took the survey, the process for collecting responses was unique depending on the country and partner.
From the beginning the survey was offered online — people could click on a link and answer the question or tag us on social media with a photo of themselves with their printed survey filled in. In some countries it was one person passionately taking up the cause, in others there were groups of mobilizers going from village to village with pen and paper surveys in hand.
Sometimes there were community meetings where large s of women gathered to hear about the campaign and fill out the survey, again on paper. When there were large groups taking the survey together, we noticed that responses were often similar. No matter the method, each woman was given the opportunity to express herself individually. This allowed us to quickly mobilize existing partners and enlist new advocates to reach women and girls in large cities, small villages and everywhere in between in nearly every country.
Volunteers also came forward to translate materials into 17 languages. Where WRA has current Alliances and or active projects, we were able to go very deep and mobilize hundreds of thousands of responses. We also provided small grants to groups who were actively mobilizing responses, which allowed them to travel to outlying areas, translate from local languages and compile.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the pictures collected as part of the What Women Want campaign speak volumes. Survey submissions are featured across the entire series of What Women Want global and national-level reportsas well as in the What Women Want Photo Gallery website. What Women Want Around the World. Introducing the What Women Want Dashboard.
Resource Suite. India Kenya Malawi Nigeria Pakistan Uganda April Behind the Demands This report goes behind the top demands to provide more detail about what women asked for and how we can act accordingly. Why this campaign? Who are the survey intended for? The of the What Women Want survey are intended to inform health policies, programs and practices at the national and community levels and it is our hope that Ministers of Health, Education and Family Welfare, among others, will look closely at what women and girls have said so that they can build policies that respond to their self-articulated needs.
How is it different from other surveys? What was the process of collecting responses - was it the same in every country, and how did the process impact answers? How did you reach so many women? What actions are being taken as a result of the findings? The Minister promised to strengthen feedback mechanisms for women who submit their concerns. From local to district, from state to national, Hamara Swasthya Hamari Awaaz connected all the links in the chain from women expressing their needs to high level decision makers committing to action—and then back again to informing communities of progress and commitments.
The District Management Team and partners then committed to construct a new maternity wing, renovate plumbing systems, build new pit latrines and placenta pits, and install new WASH facilities in four health facilities. WRA Malawi will continue to collect evidence and community input on WASH-related issues in health facilities and is well-positioned to contribute to formulating a larger advocacy agenda on WASH and reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services in Malawi.
Where can I find picture submissions of the survey? Search for:.Alliance woman wanted
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