I'm an American social worker with a Dutch NGO called Women on Waves (www.womenonwaves.org). We strive to provide access to safe abortion care (primarily via misoprostol) for women in countries where reproductive healthcare is severely restricted due to factors such as politics or resources.
While we've made some great progress in reaching women in a variety of settings via hotlines and email support (you can also see our sister NGO, www.womenonweb.org), we're hoping to find better ways to support women in conflict and other stressed settings (and those working with them) who don't traditionally have the resources needed to access our help.
We've been exploring remote trainings via Skype as well as creating a variety of training materials for high and low literacy populations (happy to share!). I would love to hear from anyone with similar goals (would be great to swap perspectives/resources) as well as to hear from any professionals or groups working on the ground with this population that might be interested in our support. This can be medical professionals, women's groups or laypersons.
I look forward to hearing from you and learning more!