To create a safe space where reproductive health discussions, idea sharing, and advocacy movements can flourish.
To apply cross-cultural and evolutionary approaches to better understand current health and disease patterns.
To educate and empower the campus community through the provision of information, resources, and peer reproductive health counseling.
To decrease inequities in access to care at home and abroad by facilitating research and political advocacy on safe, effective, holistic and affordable alternatives to high-tech, biomedical interventions.
To improve the availability of culturally competent care, in both urban and rural settings, through the development and testing of experimental care-provider training programs.
To provide state-of-the-art equipment and resources to facilitate research and projects that improve the quality and dissemination of information that allows women and their families to make informed and empowered decisions.