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Worldwide s. That means of those women wanting to delay or prevent pregnancy, 222 million are not using contraceptives.
This number is burned into my brain: 222 million. Let’s put this in perspective.
Currently in the US, there are roughly , so the number of women worldwide without access to contraceptives is greater than the entire population of women in the US.