The founder of a youth movement advocating sexual and reproductive health and rights in Japan is on a mission to improve access to emergency contraception for women nationwide.
Kazuko Fukuda, founder of Nandenaino (Why don’t we have it?), says the emergence of COVID-19 has raised the profile of gender issues in Japan, providing health organizations with a golden opportunity to push for increased education on women’s reproductive rights.
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