The prevalence of induced abortions through space and time cannot be overemphasized. However, the need for it and the circumstances under which it is acceptable presents a moot point. Although progress has been made in some areas of reproductive health, unsafe abortions continue to be a significant cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in many developing countries including Ghana. This book delves into the implications of Ghana''s abortion law for unsafe abortions. More specifically, the book assesses the extent of knowledge of the incidence of induced abortion, the level of awareness and understanding of the abortion law, attitudes towards abortion based on the law, the influence of the law on the practice and finally, an assessment of the country''s abortion law from participants'' point of view.