Four billion conversations about

women's reproductive health and rights

At CLEAR Global, we offer young women and girls a safe and confidential space to ask questions, share concerns, and find help, whatever language they speak.

The problem: women need to learn and talk openly about their health

  • Women worldwide face stigma, which prevents them from openly talking and accessing information about their reproductive health and rights.
  • Lack of access to information and education exposes women, especially girls and young women, to various sexually transmitted infections (STIs). STIs impact women’s wellbeing through stigmatization, infertility, and even cancers and pregnancy complications.
  • Over 95% of maternal deaths occur in developing countries, with a lack of health information and quality services being a significant factor. 
“Good communication is vital if we’re to ensure traumatized people who have already suffered so much get the right support. A third of Rohingya women in the camps said they did not feel safe leaving their shelters – we need to fully understand why this is, so we can do a better job protecting women."
Dorothy Sang
Oxfam’s Campaign Manager in Cox’s Bazar

CLEAR Global’s solution

CLEAR Global partners with women’s rights and health organizations to make sexual and reproductive health information accessible in the languages and formats women understand. With our innovative communication solutions, women can access educational resources, healthcare services and support. They can also share their concerns and receive answers safely and securely.

During the Zika virus response, we worked with the World Health Organization to produce essential videos with advice for pregnant women subtitled and voiced in Haitian Creole and Brazilian Portuguese in Haiti and Brazil.

In Kenya, our translations of educational materials and health care posters for community clinics enabled rural health workers and educators to deliver information about neonatal breastfeeding tips in local languages for the first time.

We led focus groups to better understand how Rohingya women in Bangladesh speak about their health and trauma. We created language resources, such as audio files and glossaries, for aid workers to better address women’s needs.

CLEAR Global needs your help to

give more women ways to learn about their reproductive health and rights.