We are an international network of physicians advocating for access to safe reproductive health care.

Global Doctors for Choice (GDC) creates opportunities for doctors to engage in local reproductive health initiatives that effect policy change and provides them with additional opportunities to learn from other physicians’ experiences. Thereby, allowing GDC to contribute the powerful physician’s voice to global advocacy efforts for promoting reproductive health and rights, including safe abortion.

GDC has Partner Organizations in Brazil, Colombia, Ghana, Ireland, Kenya, Mexico, and South Africa, and a Coordinating Team in the United States.

Hover over each country to view the number of Physician-Advocate Members that make up the GDC global network.

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News & Press

We are excited to announce that Global Doctors for Choice (GDC) is accepting applications for a new Executive Director. We are looking for a dynamic leader with strong resource mobilization experience and strategic creativity to grow GDC in influence and impact. We welcome applications and the circulation of this opportunity.

The NGO Article 19 hosted a debate regarding the Report on Legal Abortion and Transparency. during which GDC/Brazil’s Dr. Cristiao Rosas presented on the “Difficulties in accessing and implementing legal abortion services in Brazil.” Then others shared their perspectives (i.e., Global Health Strategies and Genero). The final portion consisted of a question and answer session with… Keep Reading »

Global Doctors for Choice wrote to the Colegio de Médicos y Cirujanos de Costa Rica and urged them to reconsider the language included in their recent “Official Declaration about Abortion” as this declaration does not follow medical or scientific evidence. We emphasized the difference between conscientious objection – a privilege that should be handled responsibly and that cannot intrude… Keep Reading »

Advocating for access to safe reproductive health care.