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  • 2020. Emergency contraception in Jordan: Assessing retail pharmacists' awareness, opinions, and perceptions of need. Contraception.  (Request article)

  • 2018. “It is just like having a period with back pain”: Exploring women’s experiences with community-based distribution of misoprostol for early abortion on the Thailand-Burma border. Contraception. (Open access article)

  • 2018. Muftis in the matrix: Comparing English- and Arabic-language cyberfatwas about emergency contraception. Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies. (Request article)

  • 2017. Exploring legal restrictions, regulatory reform, and geographic disparities in abortion access in Thailand. Health and Human Rights Journal. (Open access article)

  • 2017. To be, or not to be, referred: A qualitative study of women from Burma’s access to legal abortion care in Thailand. PLoS ONE. (Open access article)

  • 2017. The 2018 Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings: Revising the global standards. Reproductive Health Matters. (Open access article)

  • 2017. “Without this program, women can lose their lives”: Migrant women’s experiences with the Safe Abortion Referral Program in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Reproductive Health Matters. (Open access article)

  • 2016. Establishing a referral system for safe and legal abortion care: A pilot project on the Thailand-Burma border. International Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health. (Request article)

  • 2016. “I came by the bicycle so we can avoid the police”: Factors shaping reproductive health decision-making on the Thailand-Burma border. International Journal of Population Studies. (Open access article)

  • 2016. Snakes, adders, and information about sexually transmitted infections: Evaluation of a peer educator training on the Thailand-Burma border. Global Journal of Health Science. (Open access article)

  • 2016. Dynamics shaping access to reproductive health services in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar: A multi-methods study. Global Journal of Health Science. (Open access article)

  • 2016. "She learned it from her mother and grandmother": Women's experiences with delivery and post-partum practices in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar. Maternal and Child Health Journal. (Request article)

  • 2015. “We can lose our life for the abortion": Exploring the dynamics shaping abortion care in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar. Contraception. (Request article)

  • 2015. "In rape cases we can use this pill": A multimethods assessment of emergency contraception knowledge, access, and needs on the Thailand-Burma border. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. (Open access article)

  • 2015. Assessing the experiences of intra-uterine device users in a long-term conflict setting: a qualitative study on the Thailand-Burma Border. Conflict and Health. (Open access article)

  • 2015. No exceptions: documenting the abortion experiences of US Peace Corps Volunteers. The American Journal of Public Health. (Request article)



  • 2018. Factors influencing women's reproductive health choices in Albania (Full report)

  • 2018. Strategies for protecting and expanding access to misoprostol in the United States (Full report)

  • 2015. Near the city but hard to reach: A Reproductive health needs assessment in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar (Full report)

  • 2012. Separated by borders, united in need: An assessment of reproductive health on the Thailand-Burma border* (Full reportExecutive summary)

* This report was authored by CRHC Principals and Consultants, and was a collaboration between Ibis Reproductive Health and the Global Health Access Program.


Other Resources

  • 2016. Preventing complications from unsafe abortion: A comic book (English)

other resources


2017. Abortion pills, test tube babies, and sex toys: Emerging sexual and reproductive technologies in the Middle East and North Africa. Vanderbilt University Press. Edited by L. L. Wynn & A. M. Foster. (Link to purchase)

2012. Emergency contraception: The story of a global reproductive health technology. Palgrave MacMillan. Edited by A. M. Foster & L. L. Wynn. (Link to purchase)



Not 2 - The Emergency Contraception Website

Developed by the Office of Population Research, Princeton University and the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, this website provides medically accurate, up to date information about emergency contraception (sometimes known as "the morning after pill"). The website provides a database, searchable by country, of oral contraceptive pills that can be used for emergency contraception and provides information about the difference between medication abortion and emergency contraception. An Arabic version of the website was created in collaboration with Ibis Reproductive Health.

The Medication Abortion Website

This site is designed to provide accurate information about medication abortion to health service providers including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, counselors, and office staff. Educational information is also provided for women considering the option of medication abortion. Available in Arabic, Burmese, English, French, Persian, Spanish, and Turkish, the website was launched in 2003 by Ibis Reproductive Health. 

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