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For each month of oral contraceptives purchased through PRJKT RUBY, we donate to help women in both the U.S. and the developing world gain access to contraception.
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PRJKT RUBY partners with PSI and Power to Decide to make birth control accessible for all.
Read the real stories
Coraima Elizabeth Jiménez is a 22 year old woman who has an 8 month old girl. Previously she was unable to do any family planning because of the lack of economic resources. She was contacted by a representative from Clinicas Medicas Red Segura and immediately visited the center to plan with a method that would serve in the long-run, because she understood that she could not have any more children…Read More
Hazel is the young mother of a one-year-old girl in El Salvador. While attending her "I Am Not Ready to be a Mother" support group in the Sacacoyo municipality, she learned that she could access a long-term contraceptive method. Hazel asserts that she chose the method because she knows that she is not prepared to be a mother again. Although she is a little nervous, Hazel is confident that it…Read More
20-year-old Isaura has lived with her partner for the past 6 months and was concerned about family planning, because of all the negative information she'd heard. Recently Isaura was referred to the Red Segura clinic in Santo Domingo where she received quality care and timely information about the importance of family planning, dispelling any myths she had. With support from PRJKT Ruby, Isaura realized that to realize her dream of…Read More
Nicole, an unemployed, 18-year-old single mother who lives in Santo Domingo, is waiting until her son is older to have another child so she can provide a good life for herself, her son and her future family. Initially Nicole sought family planning services in the local public center but they did not have the method she wanted, and without health insurance she couldn't access services through the private sector because…Read More
Jennifer Diaz is a 20-year-old woman who moved back in with her parents after her partner abandoned her with their child. Jennifer told Red Segura that she hadn't used family planning before because she was afraid of the way she would be perceived by health center staff as a young person seeking family planning. Jennifer also mentioned that her fear came from all the negative information she'd heard about family…Read More
"I want to plan with the IUD but I am afraid" Louise* is a 30-year-old mother of two children, she did not know which family planning method to choose being that she had never used one before. She is the oldest of three sisters, her two sisters are IUD users. Louise had many fears regarding this method but one of her sisters had the IUD insertion done in our Medical…Read More
Xiomara, 35-years-old, originally from the region of San Pablo María de Tasua, Jinotega department, has 3 children. She had her first child at the young age of fifteen and since then she had to work to support her family. Xiomara's income does not allow her to pay for a family planning method that is safe and friendly to her body. She used quarterly injectable contraception, but it was causing her…Read More
Tatenda (not her real name), a 33-year-old unemployed mother of 2 from a disadvantaged part of Harare accessed PSI Zimbabwe's New Start services at an outreach activity conducted at a World Albinism Day commemoration event. At this event, New Start was offering an integrated package of services that included Family Planning (FP), Cervical Cancer Screening and HIV Testing Services (HTS). Attendees of the event were presented with a menu of…Read More