In 2017, the United States reenacted a policy that dramatically limited how reproductive healthcare providers around the world could use its money. But proving the policy’s actual impact on reproductive health programs around the world, from Nepal to Zimbabwe, is difficult: Some providers found funding elsewhere, while others are reluctant to share information about their work, leading to a lack of data. Since the Global Gag Rule came into effect in 2017, SheDecides has been speaking out and taking action to ensure that access to comprehensive health services for women and girls is maintained globally.