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Marie Stopes International


  • Organization TypeImplementing NGO
  • Staff5001-10,000
  • Development Budget50 Million - 100 Million
  • HeadquartersUnited Kingdom
  • Founded1976
Marie Stopes International is one of the largest international family planning organisations in the world. In 2008 alone, the organisation provided over six million people in 42 countries with high quality health services, including family planning; safe abortion & post-abortion care;maternal & child health care including safe delivery and obstetrics; diagnosis & treatment of sexually transmitted infections; and HIV/AIDS prevention.   Around the world, Marie Stopes International Partners have become major players in national health systems. In Tanzania and Malawi, for example, Marie Stopes International provides nearly 20% of all family planning services in each country. In Bangladesh, Marie Stopes International has over 144 clinics and rural outreach teams throughout the country, protecting over one million women per year from unwanted pregnancy. Whilst in Afghanistan, Marie Stopes International works closely with three government ministries to provide sexual and reproductive health services to more than 435,000 people; outreach services to more than 182,000 women; train more than 1,000 health professionals and to promote the rights of women.   Marie Stopes International’s services are delivered via all available channels:    static clinics mobile clinics rural outreach teams community volunteers social marketing social franchising work-based initiatives peer education programmes community based-activities refugee / IDP camps   Using research to monitor quality  Marie Stopes International (MSI) values and uses evidence to develop, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and quality of its health programmes. The Research and Metrics programme undertakes research and performance analysis with the ultimate aim of expanding access to high quality, affordable and cost-effective reproductive and sexual health services.    Expanding service delivery Marie Stopes International is dramatically expanding health service delivery for low-income women and couples worldwide. This expansion involves adding clinics and rural outreach programmes in new countries and new regions of existing countries; creating social franchising networks of other quality service providers to further expand access; and the wide distribution of high-quality, affordably-priced contraceptives with an emphasis on long-term methods.    By 2010, Marie Stopes International aims to protect 20 million couples annually from unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortion.      

Where is Marie Stopes International


Job openings over the past year

249Total posted jobs

Examples of past jobs

  • Development Associate
    United States
  • Director of Individual Giving
    United States

Staff at Marie Stopes International have experience in


  • development
  • monitoring / evaluation
  • reproductive health
  • financial services
  • research & development


  • ec
  • save the children international
  • world bank group
  • goal global


  • united states
  • nigeria
  • ghana
  • pakistan
  • mali


  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Company Offices
  • United Kingdom (headquarters)
  • London
  • 1 Conway Street, Fitzroy Square

In the News

Women's rights

40 years of Marie Stopes International

18 November 2016
#SheBuilds: Changemakers

12 women (and 1 man) working toward gender equality

11 March 2014
Focus on: Global health

Family planning: It's time to invest

12 November 2015
#HealthyMeans Working Together

4 lessons learned for iNGOs on SRHR partnerships in China

5 December 2014
Exclusive Interview: Catherine Olier, Peter Schaffler, Neil Datta

ODA target under threat as Europe treads water

5 April 2013
Universal Health Coverage Day

3 ways to fast-track UHC in the developing world

12 December 2014


Contract Awards

Foreign economic-aid-related services

Department for International Development (DFID) - United Kingdom
21 Jun 2017

Expand Family Planning Choice for Women in Senegal, Niger and Burkina Faso

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (B&MGF)
14 Jun 2016

Preventing Maternal Death from Unwanted Pregnancy in Sub Saharan Africa and South Asia

Department for International Development (DFID) - United Kingdom
7 Nov 2011