The Reproductive Health Observatory is established to inform, inspire and influence respectful and high quality reproductive health care services for all women with a mission is to collect, collate, synthesise and disseminate information about women's reproductive health and rights – keeping the interest of most marginalised in focus.
The overall purpose of RHO is to create a platform for activists, organisations, practitioners who share a common interest and passion to realise the reproductive health and rights of the most marginalised communities, especially women.
How does it function?
The Observatory collects and collates grassroots evidences, stories, case studies which often do not get reported, or go unnoticed by government, practitioners, policy makers and the public. This is a small step to connect and share these voices from the community affected and in need of quality health services with civil society institutions, leaders and activists.
The Reproductive Health Observatory (RHO) provides a wide range of data, evidence, information, practice related to reproductive health for advocacy on the issue of maternal health, family planning abortion and other reproductive health issues. The observatory is contained with research, reports, policies, guidance, case studies, events, news, etc.