Just 5,000 online votes are needed to make Instant Birth Control – hormonal contraception – eligible for millions of dollars in program development and expansion funding.
Instant Birth Control, available now to women in Oregon and Washington, is one of 10 finalists in an international competition that seeks to identify Disruptive Innovations — replicable, sustainable ideas that could change health care delivery forever. Planned Parenthood would like to make Instant Birth Control available to women all over the nation.
Voters are asked to go to www.Changemakers.net by Aug.ust 29 to help Planned Parenthood win one of the $5,000 prizes and perhaps qualify for the RWJF award. Look for the Disruptive Innovations link under "Competitions."