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We calculated the human cost of the U.S. Global Gag Rule. The effects can be devastating for millions of poor and marginalised women.
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For over 60 years, IPPF has been at the vanguard of the family planning movement, championing and fighting for rights‑based, voluntary family planning worldwide.
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Cervical cancer, largely preventable, is one of the main causes of cancer death in women. In 2012, 528,000 new cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed and 266,000 women died of the disease, nearly 90 per cent of them in low ...
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Nigeria has Africa’s biggest population. And it’s still growing at 3% a year. A lack of family planning is one reason – many women and girls want contraception – but like millions around the world – can’t get it. But that could be about to change, thanks to a pilot project run by Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN), IPPF’s national member. It’s proving a huge success. This is its story, told by the women whose lives it has changed and the people working to change them.
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Key facts and figures highlighting IPPF's achievements in 2015.
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Universal access to sexual and reproductive health is enshrined in the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet millions of women, men and young people are unable to fulfil their sexual and reproductive health and rights. Consequences include unintended pregnancy, unsafe abortion and ...
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The data about gender inequality are shocking: millions of women are victims of early marriage, female genital mutilation and different sorts of gender violence and discrimination.
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Women and girls around the world have an unmet need for reproductive health services. In 2015, IPPF provided 175 million services, 82% of which went to poor and marginalised people.
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When IPPF refocused efforts with the three Changes Goals – Unite, Deliver and Perform – an ambitious commitment was made to double the number of sexual and reproductive health services provided between 2010 and 2015. We are proud to announce that 175.3 million services were provided in 2015, only 1 per cent below the goal of 176.4 million. This is a remarkable achievement and a result of Member Associations’ unwavering efforts and commitment. More than eight in ten clients who received services from IPPF were poor and vulnerable, while 44 per cent of our services went to young people.