My family will be complete with 2 children. I want to have 3 children. Joy, Ghana
Iâ€™m not ready to have childrenÂ. I want to finish college first.
What Women Want... The World Needs During my travels last year in places as diverse as Ghana, India, and Tanzania, I had countless conversations with women about their lives, their hopes, and what they want most for themselves. There were phrases that I heard over and over again: I want to live a healthy life... to earn a living... to educate my children. What can make these things possible? Family planning. It is an extraordinarily simple, but prized, tool that allows women to keep themselves healthy and plan the brightest possible future for their family. We know from 70 years of experience that a woman’s ability to decide when and how many children to have is one of the most important factors for determining the course of her future and that of her family. Today, more than 200 million women in developing countries who don’t want to get pregnant lack access to contraceptives. If they had access to family planning, the benefits would be transformational: · Maternal deaths would drop by more than two-thirds;
· Unsafe abortions would fall by almost threequarters, from 20 million annually to 5.5 million; · Nearly 1 million children under age 5 would survive; and · More women would finish school and gain greater economic security. In the pages that follow, you’ll meet Mariam Omari (see bottom left) of Tanzania, who used family planning so she and her husband could focus on their careers. Today, they feel prepared to expand their family, with the confidence that they can give all they can to their children. Mariam is living proof that if we listen and respond to her needs and to those of millions of women like her, the benefits can be exponential. Our work in Tanzania is just one example of how EngenderHealth is putting the power of family planning in the hands of women and their partners. And we’re doing this in more than 20 countries around the world, through your generosity.
Pamela W. Barnes President and Chief Executive Officer
What does it take for one woman in one country to plan her family and her future?
Mariam is one of more than
5 million clients around the world who received family planning services in the last year with EngenderHealthâ€™s support.
“Now, I’m ready” With a smile that exposes a tiny coveted tooth gap characteristic of East African women, 30-year-old Mariam Omari finds it difficult to hide her joy: She is excited to become a mother, once again. Mariam is at Magugu Health Center in Tanzania to have her contraceptive implants removed. It has been 11 years since her last pregnancy, and Mariam and her husband, John, 36, now want a third child. The couple has two children—a daughter, 13, and a son, 11. “Waiting to have another child gave me time to keep focused on my business of selling rice to help support my family,” Mariam said. “Because of family planning, we have been able to take care of our two children and send them both to school.”
as a rice farmer with raising two small children.“Now that our children are older, we’re ready to fulfill our dream of having a family with more children,” he said, while tilling a field of rice under the blistering afternoon sun. Mariam first received her contraceptive implants at the clinic after being counseled by Agness Minja, an EngenderHealth-trained family planning provider, whom Mariam describes as charming, knowledgeable, and empathetic. The couple is able to plan their future because of the high-quality services offered at Magugu Health Center, one of more than 4,000 health sites in Tanzania that EngenderHealth supports through our longstanding partnership with the government.
For John, family planning has helped him balance the demands of his work
“Because of family planning, we have been able to take care of our two children and send them both to school. Now I’m ready to have a third child.”
Mariam with her husband, John, and their two children.
“I’m proud to help women get what they want…” In her 20 years as a nurse at Magugu Health Center, Agness Minja has heard just about every myth circulating in her community about family planning. Last week, a client came into the clinic, insisting on discontinuing her contraceptive pills—she heard they would accumulate in her uterus over time and hurt her. Agness reassured the woman, explaining that the pills are absorbed in the blood and will not build up inside of her. On the contrary, the pills can help her live a healthy life and plan her future. Every day Agness counsels some 25 women on their contraceptive options, including reversible methods that enable women like Mariam to decide when they’re ready to expand their family. Agness is proud to be able to offer her clients a wide range of choices, including condoms, pills, injections, and intrauterine devices, as well as permanent methods. All of these methods are available in Magugu because of EngenderHealth’s partnership with the Tanzanian government and through support from the U.S. government. “In the past, we had to refer women to other facilities to get certain services, especially long-term family planning,” Agness said. “But after our training from EngenderHealth, women and girls who come in can get what they need and want.”
Mariam smiles after Nurse Agness removes her contraceptive implants. Mariam and her husband, John, are excitedâ€”and readyâ€”to have a third child.
Nurse Agness is one of more than
people around the world who were trained by EngenderHealth last year to provide family planning services.
“My most important job is supporting my community” As a driver for EngenderHealth, Douglas Lukaya’s job is to get people places. Indeed, if the faded logo on his white 4x4 vehicle is any indication, Douglas has driven vast distances, navigating the winding, pockmarked dirt roads that connect Tanzania’s dispersed communities. But, some might say it is after reaching his destination that his most important work begins.
Nurse Calista Peter George educating women in the waiting bay of Magugu Health Center. Calista, now 63, returned to work after retiring. The effort is part of an innovative program, led by EngenderHealth, to recruit retired nurses to fill a shortage of health workers who are qualified to meet the reproductive health needs of Tanzanian women.
“Through EngenderHealth’s training, I have gained so much knowledge that I apply every day to help more women and girls understand the choices they have to plan their families.” —Calista Peter George, Retired Nurse, Magugu Health Center
At a soaring height of nearly 7 feet, Douglas, 45, is a towering figure with a gentle demeanor. In a single trip, he traverses up to 450km, transporting EngenderHealth experts to some of the most remote sites in Tanzania (more than double the size of California). But when he arrives at his destination, he hardly recovers from the journey before sitting down in the clinic waiting areas— to offer information to women and couples about family planning, as a trained community health worker. In every country where we work, EngenderHealth trains our drivers not just to heed driving etiquette
and protocols, but to serve as information agents for reproductive health. Traveling frequently to remote areas, including where Mariam lives, a driver like Douglas comes into contact with many communities, providing opportunities to share health information and, ultimately, to help save and change more lives. Douglas is trained to explain the benefits of family planning for preserving women’s health and the well-being of their children. For Douglas, a big challenge is reaching out to men, who are often less receptive to his messages than women. “I tell men that family planning services are not just for women,” he said. “It is very much a man’s responsibility to support his wife’s reproductive health, because it affects the well-being of his entire family.”
Douglas and Nurse Calista are among
community outreach workers around the world trained by EngenderHealth last year.
Magugu Health Center is one of more than
health facilities around the world supported by EngenderHealth last year. Nurse Calista educating clients in the waiting bay, one of the many physical renovations supported by EngenderHealth at Magugu Health Center.
The Clinic Walls and Beyond… For Mariam and millions of other women, skilled providers and outreach workers are essential. But so too are health facilities that are well-managed, offer clients privacy and comfort, and have essential supplies and drugs. In Tanzania and around the world, EngenderHealth assists thousands of health sites with physical upgrades to their facilities. At Magugu Health Center, for example, clients used to wait for services under the scorching sun or in the rain and met with their provider in a room filled with others. But today, after EngenderHealth-supported renovations in 2009, clients wait safely beneath a steel roof and receive counseling and treatment in small, but private, rooms. Moving beyond the clinic walls, strong government commitment and supportive health policies are also vital, particularly for sustainability. EngenderHealth partners closely with governments at all levels to advocate for national policies that help meet women’s health needs.
“Previously, many family planning options, such as implants, IUDs, and permanent methods, were available only at the district hospital, which is very far away. We worked with EngenderHealth to make those services available at community clinics to reach more women.” —Elizabeth Amnaay, Tanzania Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
EngenderHealth around the World
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Together, these efforts help women get what they want… which is what the world needs.
family planning, maternal health and HIV services
We’re also ensuring women have safer pregnancies by improving the quality of maternal health services, preventing and treating fistula, promoting healthy birth spacing through contraceptive access, and mobilizing communities to support pregnant women. In the United States and abroad, we’re engaging men to challenge harmful behaviors that can lead to unplanned pregnancy, gender-based violence, and HIV.
Mariam is one woman. Magugu is one health center. But far beyond the borders of Tanzania, EngenderHealth works around the world to preserve the health of millions of women and create a brighter future for their families. In more than 20 countries, we are responding to women’s and their partners’ needs for family planning, maternal health, and HIV services. We are helping mothers give birth to HIV-free babies and engaging men to help prevent the spread of HIV.
> 25,000 fistula repairs
48,000 people trained to provide services
26.6 million people reached with health messages
teenage pregnancy prevention project in Austin, Texas
Our Approach > 1,250 people received lifesaving HIV treatment
With nearly 70 years of experience, EngenderHealth takes a comprehensive approach to sexual and reproductive health. We do this by training providers to offer high-quality services, educating communities to understand the benefits of reproductive health services, and advocating for policies that provide political and financial support for women and their families.
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
In 2011, EngenderHealthâ€™s total income was $59.5 million, made possible
Operating revenue U.S. Agency for International Development
through the generosity of thousands of caring individuals, foundations,
Individual and institutional contributions 12,962,012
corporations, the U.S. Agency for
Other (non-U.S.) government grants, contracts, and miscellaneous income
International Development, and other
Total operating revenue
bilateral, multilateral, and technical agencies. We deeply appreciate this vital support.
Operating expenses Program services: Capacity building and technical assistance
Global and emerging programs 20,925,116 Program support Total program services
160,518 $ 51,663,124
Support services: Administration
Total support services
Total operating expenses
Nonoperating revenue Bequests
Change in value of split-interest agreements Pension-related changes other than net periodic pension costs Total Nonoperating revenue
Decrease in net assets Decrease in net assets before nonoperating revenue $ (3,378,204) Total nonoperating revenue
Total Decrease in net assets
Net assets, beginning of year
Net assets, end of year
Note: The above represents the audited financial information for the 12-month period that ended June 30, 2011. For our most current audited financial information, please visit www.engenderhealth.org/financials.
82% Program Services 17% Administration 1% Fundraising
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Partners for a Better Life EngenderHealth thanks those individuals who help transform health and lives through monthly gifts. Anonymous (15) Mr. Arthur Allen Tom and Jackie Andrewjeski Mr. Keith G. Askoff Mr. Ian Bacher Mr. and Mrs. John D. Baldwin Rochelle and John Baringer Mr. Calvin C. Barnard Gregory W. Bartha, M.D. Mrs. Ruth G. Benson Ms. Laura Bernhard Mr. Kabir Bhasin Mr. Ray Bills Keith and Suzanne Blackburn Mrs. Nanette M. Bohren Mr. Nathan Borson Martha and Jack Bridges Mr. Duke Briscoe Ms. Pamela Brown Ms. Melissa A. Browne Jim and Karen Brunke Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Burr Mr. Norbert Buscha Ms. Laurie R. Calhoun Irene S. Cannon-Geary, Ph.D. Mr. Charles G. Carll Cleo and Terry Carlson Mr. Durward Carter Mary Ann Cochran Ms. Francine M. Coeytaux Ms. Billie G. Cole Ms. Kimberly Cole Rev. Dr. James R. Cooper Dr. Carmela Cordero and Dr. Tomas M. Cordero Elizabeth and W. Norris Dale Ms. Julia del Palacio Ms. Jana Drgonova Mr. Keith A. Edwards and Mr. Angus September
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Legacy Society EngenderHealth honors our generous supporters who have included us in their estate plans. Anonymous (40) Al Agnew and Mary Wolk Agnew Mr. Arthur Yorke Allen Tom and Jackie Andrewjeski Dr. and Mrs. Lyndon R. Babcock, Jr. Martha H. Beach Mrs. Ruth G. Benson O. Franklin Beumer, SPHR Dr. Lee W. Bowman Drs. Cynthia and Robert Burns Ms. Nancy Ann Camp Mr. Sherman B. Carll Ms. Judith M. Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Stanton A. Cook Mrs. Eliese Cutler Ms. Frances M. Egloff Mrs. Rosalyn L. Estrin Melinda G. Ewing George B. and Barbara G. Fell Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gerhardt Dr. Katherine Gould-Martin, Ph.D. Ms. Jane E. Graves Howard J. Greene, D.D.S., M.P.H. Mrs. Gloria H. Hamman Ms. Susan L. Harris, Ph.D. Nancy R. Heck Ms. Monica L. Hedges Ms. Michele Hill Anne H. and John K. Howat Ms. Inge Humbert
Mrs. Miriam E. Jencks Jesti Mr. Terrence W. Jezowski Paul Johnson Harriet F. Johnston Rosanne Kumins Ms. Margaret Lieb Ira Lubell, M.D. Wendy and Stanley Marsh Mr. Peter S. McLachlan Mr. David R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Leigh M. Miller Mr. William W. Montgomery Dr. Jane B. Moosbruker, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Plotnick Capt. and Mrs. Edward H. Rau Ms. Diana I. Rigg Dr. Shelley Roth and Dr. Jed Weissberg Virginia Koch Schilz Mrs. Barbara Schugt Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sedgwick Mr. Clifford L. Selby Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Shearer Dr. Janet E. Shepherd and Dr. Richard A. Behler Bruce Sundquist Ms. Fran Thomas and Mr. Harry Friedman Mr. W. Earl Wear Mrs. Ginia Davis Wexler Ms. Roslyn Willett Caridad Witman and Nancy Witman Ms. Jane E. Worthen Diane and Sam Young
Estates and Trusts Charles M. Goethe Trust Ms. Charlotte F. Klock Estate of Mildred A. Lillis Eleanor U. McMillan Trust Wendell M. McMillan Trust Virgil and Meta Osborn Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust Charles W. Saunders Charitable Trust Revocable Living Trust of Wesley Quayle Stelzriede Estate of Frederick H. Test
Board of Directors Brenda J. Drake, J.D., Chair George F. Brown, M.D., M.P.H., Chair, Executive Committee Janice Hansen Zakin, M.D., Vice Chair Cecily C. Williams, J.D., Secretary Mary K. Stevens, Assistant Secretary Donald J. Abrams, M.B.A., Treasurer Robert D. Petty, Assistant Treasurer Mark Chiaviello, M.B.A. Charles S. Carignan, M.D.º Elizabeth Ngozi Ebi Rosemary Ellis Julio Frenk, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. Karen N. Hornº Supanya Lamsam, Ph.D. Mehret Mandefro, M.D., M.Sc. Margaret Neuse, M.P.H., M.A. Jeffrey O’Malley, M.A. Sara Seims, Ph.D. Michael Stevens Belle Taylor-McGhee Marie Washington, M.B.A. Wendy L. Wysong, J.D. Directors Emeriti Lyman B. Brainerd, Jr., M.B.A., Ed.D. Anne H. Howat º Term completed June 30, 2011
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What do women want around the world? To live a healthy life... to earn a living... to educate their children. What can make these things pos...
Published on Sep 18, 2012
What do women want around the world? To live a healthy life... to earn a living... to educate their children. What can make these things pos...