Join us TOMORROW (9am -3pm EST) for the PAC Consortium Annual Meeting!

Dear Colleagues,   Please join us tomorrow for the Postabortion Care Consortium’s Annual Meeting! The meeting will be held from 9am (breakfast at 8:30) until 3pm EST at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20036 (or virtually-Remote participation encouraged).  Please rsvp to Erin DeGraw at edegraw@pathfinder.org   Postabortion Care Consortium Fall Meeting & Technical Update Wednesday October 12th, 9am- 3pm  Light breakfast at 8:30, lunch included Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW | Washington, DC 20036 ~Remote Participation is welcome and … Read more →

PAC Consortium Annual Meeting- October 12, 2016

Dear Colleagues,   Please join us for the day long PAC Consortium Meeting on October 12, 2016. The meeting will be held from 9am (breakfast at 8:30) until 3pm EST at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20036 (or virtually).  Please rsvp to Erin DeGraw at edegraw@pathfinder.org and Please find the meeting agenda and remote log-in information below! Please also share the invitation for this meeting with your networks.   Sincerely,   The PACC Steering Committee Postabortion Care Consortium Fall Meeting & Technical Update Wednesday October … Read more →

Postabortion Care: 20 Years of Strong Evidence on Emergency Treatment, Family Planning, and Other Programming Components

The Global Health: Science and Practice has released a new article highlighting evidence from 20 years of postabortion care studies. For those interested, you can find a link to the full PDF below!     Global Health: Science and Practice Global Health: Science and Practice Advance Access articles for August 25, 2016 REVIEW Postabortion Care: 20 Years of Strong Evidence on Emergency Treatment, Family Planning, and Other Programming Components Douglas Huber, Carolyn Curtis, Laili Irani, Sara Pappa, Lauren Arrington Full Text (PDF)   Twenty years of postabortion care (PAC) studies … Read more →

Pathfinder to Lead PAC Consortium

Pathfinder International assumed the Chair of the PAC Consortium from EngenderHealth during an auxiliary event to the International Conference on Family Planning.  As Chair, over the next two years, Pathfinder International will steward a collaborative process that will expand the scope of the Consortium’s work to advance post-abortion care as part of the full spectrum of comprehensive abortion care. “The Consortium has and will continue to play a vital role in improving services for women who suffer from complications related to miscarriage and abortion.  Broadening the focus of the Consortium … Read more →

Le misoprostol pour les Soins Apres Avortements (SAA): la délégation des tâches et le passage à l’échelle en Afrique Francophone

On Wednesday, January 6, 2016, the PAC Consortium held a webinar with colleagues from Gynuity Health Projects, Ipas, and Pathfinder International.  The webinar, Misoprostol for Postabortion Care: Taskshifting and Scale-Up in Francophone Africa, was conducted in French and the recording and presentations are available below. The webinar shared experiences from several francophone countries with a focus on integration into existing service delivery models. Katherine Turner, Ipas: Besoins et possibilités de SCA en Afrique de l’Ouest francophone Alioune Gaye, Consultant: Le misoprostol dans le traitment de l’avortement incomplet et de la fausse … Read more →

Join us at ICFP on Tuesday, January 26 in Indonesia

Changing norms and reducing stigma: Implementing innovations to expand access to quality PAC services Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Nusa Dua, Indonesia Please join the PAC Consortium for its annual meeting at the International Conference on Family Planning in Nusa Dua, Indonesia. Postabortion care (PAC), as an innovative care concept itself, has created opportunities to provide services for women presenting with bleeding in early pregnancy, often due to complications of incomplete abortion, particularly in societies with restrictive abortion laws. In reality, PAC has achieved more in reducing the risk … Read more →