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In Christine Latim’s thatched hut in rural Uganda the portrait of her late husband hangs in pride of place on the wall. The 45-year-old grandmother says she thinks her husband died of an HIV-related infection. She is living with HIV ...
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IPPF join forces with Durex on December 1st to raise awareness of the risks of unprotected sex as more than 75% of 16-35 year olds surveyed* use emojis to discuss sex, with 9 out of 10 claiming that a safe ...
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At last year’s Climate Change Conference in France, countries agreed the text of the Paris Agreement, which has now entered into force. This means we must now look to the future and work out how each country is going to ...
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In this Communications Toolkit, we summarise how family planning for climate change arguments can be edited into key messages and how those key messages can be used to reach advocacy targets in the run up to COP22, the next Climate ...
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Family planning is a critical, human rights-based, and cost-effective approach to climate change adaptation and resilience building. The aims of the paper are for national family planning advocates to be better placed to ensure: (a) national development (including climate change) ...
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RHU has a network of clinics across the country and takes its services out to remote and rural areas through its mobile clinics. No one is left out by RHU. Whether people are poor or vulnerable or hard to reach, ...
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RHU's Gulu clinic offers a ‘one-stop-shop’ approach which makes it easier for clients to get a range of integrated services. They can go to a clinic for a check-up but end up getting a whole range of other tests and ...