BURKINA FASO – Interview with Mariam Nonguerma/Zorome, President of the Burkinabe Association of Midwives

The extent of illegal abortion in Burkina is terrible because of the disastrous consequences of these abortions, including haemorrhage, sepsis, uterine perforation and even death. Sometimes girls come to our health centres from disastrous situations, bleeding. But when they present themselves, they do not confess that it is due to an induced abortion. And it is only following examination that one realises it was an abortion induced clandestinely. So, we do not distinguish between the … Continued

BURKINA FASO – A long road to walk to enjoy a “right”

Alice is a school student in Ouagadougou. Three years ago, she was raped at school by two of her classmates and became pregnant. She sought help from the school’s Health Officer and had a clandestine abortion. Since then, however, she is no longer in school and has suffered from sequelae – physical, psychological and legal. Yet she was eligible for a legal abortion. Lack of information, fear of stigma, slowness of judicial processes, all prevent … Continued

Burkina Faso & Benin: Lutte contre la Stigmatisation Liée à l’avortement – ABBEF/Projet Packard

  Dans le cadre de la celebration de la journée internationale du droit à l’avortement securisé. Les jeunes du Burkina et du Benin ont lancé une campagne. Faites vous vos badges à travers le lien suivant: http://www.sclz.space/SyclZhLib. Ensuite partager vos images sur cette page grâce au lien suivant https://www.facebook.com/abortion.stigma/. As part of the celebration of the International Day of the Right to Safe Abortion. Youth from Burkina Faso and Benin launched a campaign. Make your badges through the … Continued

Santé reproductive : Le Burkina invité à éliminer les obstacles d’accès à l’avortement légal (Reproductive health: Burkina invited to eliminate obstacles to accessing legal abortion)

L’une des recommandations majeures issues de la 117e Session du Comité des droits de l’Homme de l’ONU tenue à Genève et publiées ce 15 juillet 2016, concerne les interruptions volontaires de grossesse et accès aux moyens de contraception au Burkina.

(One of the most important recommendations of the 117th Session of the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva, published 15 July 2016, concerned abortion and access to the means of contraception in Burkina Faso.)

Strategies to advance abortion rights and access in restrictive settings: a cross-country analysis

In 2015, Pathfinder undertook a cross-country stakeholder analysis to identify key characteristics of strategies adopted to advance abortion rights and access, focusing on four countries – Mozambique, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, and Democratic Republic of Congo – in which they and their partners have collaborated toward this end. This technical brief explores key themes from these four countries, each representing differing profiles of legal and social abortion restrictiveness.

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