2 April, 2019
The Margaret Pyke Trust has appointed us to develop and implement wide ranging PR support in the run up to World Population Day on 11th July.
The Trust, a leader in contraception and sexual health for 50 years, is working to improve access to family planning which it believes is not only critical for women and girls, but also for improving and protecting environmental biodiversity.
David Johnson, Chief Executive of the Margaret Pyke Trust, comments:
“Barriers to family planning are perhaps the most important ignored environmental issue of the day. We’re bringing together a large number of environmental conservation and health organisations to change the narrative around this subject and push it up the agenda. We are delighted to have Amazon on board.
“Through this work we hope to influence organisations and policy makers across the globe to integrate reproductive health improvements with conservation projects, benefiting biodiversity goals as well as health and gender goals.”