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Korean Family Planning & Maternal Child Health Association of DPRK logo
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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Korea

Family Health Association of Korea formerly Korean Family Planning; Maternal and Child Health Association (KFP&MCHA) was established in 1990 in Pyongyang as a non-profit organization that provides sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services including family planning (FP).  FHAK joined IPPF as an associate member on June 22nd, 1991 and gained full membership in November 1995.   We are committed to providing SRH services including modern FP methods as well as SRH information through information, education and communications materials to the population in rural and mountainous areas.  Every year, FHAK delivers around 410,000 sexual and reproductive health services to 114,000 clients through 257 service delivery points, including 9 permanent clinics and 8 mobile facilities and 240 associated health facilities (AHFs). 

Korean Family Planning & Maternal Child Health Association of DPRK logo
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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Korea

Family Health Association of Korea formerly Korean Family Planning; Maternal and Child Health Association (KFP&MCHA) was established in 1990 in Pyongyang as a non-profit organization that provides sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services including family planning (FP).  FHAK joined IPPF as an associate member on June 22nd, 1991 and gained full membership in November 1995.   We are committed to providing SRH services including modern FP methods as well as SRH information through information, education and communications materials to the population in rural and mountainous areas.  Every year, FHAK delivers around 410,000 sexual and reproductive health services to 114,000 clients through 257 service delivery points, including 9 permanent clinics and 8 mobile facilities and 240 associated health facilities (AHFs). 

Afghan Family Guidance Association logo
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| 31 March 2016

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. Contacts Website: www.afga.org.af Facebook https://www.facebook.com/afganfamilyguidance

Afghan Family Guidance Association logo
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| 31 March 2016

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. Contacts Website: www.afga.org.af Facebook https://www.facebook.com/afganfamilyguidance

Logo of the Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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| 31 March 2016

Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights

The Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRH Serbia/SRHS) was founded in 2002. It aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) status of young people through advocacy and the practical delivery of services. The organization also focuses on vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups (with particular reference to Roma) via a 'Health Mediators' project which is being rolled out in Belgrade, Nis and Bujanovac. 

Logo of the Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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| 31 March 2016

Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights

The Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRH Serbia/SRHS) was founded in 2002. It aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) status of young people through advocacy and the practical delivery of services. The organization also focuses on vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups (with particular reference to Roma) via a 'Health Mediators' project which is being rolled out in Belgrade, Nis and Bujanovac. 

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| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals.  

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| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals.  

logo of Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial
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| 31 March 2016

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial (FPABF) was set up in 1985. Staff and over 1,000 volunteers work to provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to poor and marginalized people. Services include antenatal and post-natal care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and AIDS, provision of antiretroviral drugs, voluntary counselling and testing (VCT), screening for cancers of the reproductive system, post-abortion care, prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and AIDS, and home-based care for people living with HIV and AIDS.  FPABF’s work reaches out to the poor and marginalized, and the organization runs special initiatives focused on reaching young people on the streets, people living with HIV and AIDS, and students. Professional training is provided to young people, including members of FPABF’s Youth Action Movement, which enables them to participate in small-scale profitable ventures and escape poverty. The nation has severe SRH challenges in terms of lifetime risk of maternal death and unmet need for contraception. One of the most serious  issues in Burkina Faso is the 66% prevalence of female genital mutilation: a psychologically traumatic experience, an infringement of human rights and a source of substantial physical damage requiring major medical intervention.      FPABP works in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the Secretariat Permanent des Organisations Non Gouvernementales (SPONG), Réseau des ONG en population et développement (REOPOD) and a range of funders including UNFPA, the EU, UNICEF and DANIDA.

logo of Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial
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| 31 March 2016

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial (FPABF) was set up in 1985. Staff and over 1,000 volunteers work to provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to poor and marginalized people. Services include antenatal and post-natal care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and AIDS, provision of antiretroviral drugs, voluntary counselling and testing (VCT), screening for cancers of the reproductive system, post-abortion care, prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and AIDS, and home-based care for people living with HIV and AIDS.  FPABF’s work reaches out to the poor and marginalized, and the organization runs special initiatives focused on reaching young people on the streets, people living with HIV and AIDS, and students. Professional training is provided to young people, including members of FPABF’s Youth Action Movement, which enables them to participate in small-scale profitable ventures and escape poverty. The nation has severe SRH challenges in terms of lifetime risk of maternal death and unmet need for contraception. One of the most serious  issues in Burkina Faso is the 66% prevalence of female genital mutilation: a psychologically traumatic experience, an infringement of human rights and a source of substantial physical damage requiring major medical intervention.      FPABP works in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the Secretariat Permanent des Organisations Non Gouvernementales (SPONG), Réseau des ONG en population et développement (REOPOD) and a range of funders including UNFPA, the EU, UNICEF and DANIDA.

Albanian Center for Population and Development Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Albanian Center for Population and Development

ACPD is a non-for-profit organization, established in January 1993 that works for improvement of policies, legislation, the right of information and services for issues concerning population and development, including reproductive health. There are four strategic directions of ACPD work:   Advocacy on further improvement of SRHR policies, gender equality including women and youth participation in decision making processes at central and local level. Empowerment of women and youth on their SRHR rights through awareness and education, by promoting gender equality and broad society support Qualitative and accessible integrated services, which are gender sensitive and address women and young people needs ACPD maintains the leadership in promoting the broad partnership and cooperation on issues of SRHR through sustainable programmes and increase number of volunteers and supporters. ACPD is led by a board of recognized experts in the field of SRHR, social issues, gender, migration etc. It has a permanent staff around 15 people, who are qualified specialists. The organization has three multi-functional centres located in (Centre of Albania) Tirana, (South) Vlora and (North) Shkodra with 206 active members and activists. The SRH services include contraceptive care, cervical cancer prevention, HIV rapid test and counselling, pre and post abortion care, pre- and post-natal care, ultrasound examination and counselling, gender based violence counselling, sexual transmitted infections counselling, and relationships counselling and referrals. The organization has delivered a very extensive rights-based and gender-sensitive comprehensive sexuality education for children/young people in formal and informal setting. Approximately 1000 teachers and 1500 pupils are trained on CSE all over the country. ACPD and other NGOs have played an important role in advocating for sexuality education. The ACPD also provides a gateway for dialogue, networking and cooperation among stakeholders and partners on regional, national and local levels.

Albanian Center for Population and Development Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Albanian Center for Population and Development

ACPD is a non-for-profit organization, established in January 1993 that works for improvement of policies, legislation, the right of information and services for issues concerning population and development, including reproductive health. There are four strategic directions of ACPD work:   Advocacy on further improvement of SRHR policies, gender equality including women and youth participation in decision making processes at central and local level. Empowerment of women and youth on their SRHR rights through awareness and education, by promoting gender equality and broad society support Qualitative and accessible integrated services, which are gender sensitive and address women and young people needs ACPD maintains the leadership in promoting the broad partnership and cooperation on issues of SRHR through sustainable programmes and increase number of volunteers and supporters. ACPD is led by a board of recognized experts in the field of SRHR, social issues, gender, migration etc. It has a permanent staff around 15 people, who are qualified specialists. The organization has three multi-functional centres located in (Centre of Albania) Tirana, (South) Vlora and (North) Shkodra with 206 active members and activists. The SRH services include contraceptive care, cervical cancer prevention, HIV rapid test and counselling, pre and post abortion care, pre- and post-natal care, ultrasound examination and counselling, gender based violence counselling, sexual transmitted infections counselling, and relationships counselling and referrals. The organization has delivered a very extensive rights-based and gender-sensitive comprehensive sexuality education for children/young people in formal and informal setting. Approximately 1000 teachers and 1500 pupils are trained on CSE all over the country. ACPD and other NGOs have played an important role in advocating for sexuality education. The ACPD also provides a gateway for dialogue, networking and cooperation among stakeholders and partners on regional, national and local levels.

Korean Family Planning & Maternal Child Health Association of DPRK logo
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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Korea

Family Health Association of Korea formerly Korean Family Planning; Maternal and Child Health Association (KFP&MCHA) was established in 1990 in Pyongyang as a non-profit organization that provides sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services including family planning (FP).  FHAK joined IPPF as an associate member on June 22nd, 1991 and gained full membership in November 1995.   We are committed to providing SRH services including modern FP methods as well as SRH information through information, education and communications materials to the population in rural and mountainous areas.  Every year, FHAK delivers around 410,000 sexual and reproductive health services to 114,000 clients through 257 service delivery points, including 9 permanent clinics and 8 mobile facilities and 240 associated health facilities (AHFs). 

Korean Family Planning & Maternal Child Health Association of DPRK logo
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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Korea

Family Health Association of Korea formerly Korean Family Planning; Maternal and Child Health Association (KFP&MCHA) was established in 1990 in Pyongyang as a non-profit organization that provides sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services including family planning (FP).  FHAK joined IPPF as an associate member on June 22nd, 1991 and gained full membership in November 1995.   We are committed to providing SRH services including modern FP methods as well as SRH information through information, education and communications materials to the population in rural and mountainous areas.  Every year, FHAK delivers around 410,000 sexual and reproductive health services to 114,000 clients through 257 service delivery points, including 9 permanent clinics and 8 mobile facilities and 240 associated health facilities (AHFs). 

Afghan Family Guidance Association logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. Contacts Website: www.afga.org.af Facebook https://www.facebook.com/afganfamilyguidance

Afghan Family Guidance Association logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. Contacts Website: www.afga.org.af Facebook https://www.facebook.com/afganfamilyguidance

Logo of the Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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| 31 March 2016

Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights

The Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRH Serbia/SRHS) was founded in 2002. It aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) status of young people through advocacy and the practical delivery of services. The organization also focuses on vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups (with particular reference to Roma) via a 'Health Mediators' project which is being rolled out in Belgrade, Nis and Bujanovac. 

Logo of the Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights
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| 31 March 2016

Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights

The Serbian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRH Serbia/SRHS) was founded in 2002. It aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) status of young people through advocacy and the practical delivery of services. The organization also focuses on vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups (with particular reference to Roma) via a 'Health Mediators' project which is being rolled out in Belgrade, Nis and Bujanovac. 

SEDRA Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals.  

SEDRA Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals.  

logo of Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial
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| 31 March 2016

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial (FPABF) was set up in 1985. Staff and over 1,000 volunteers work to provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to poor and marginalized people. Services include antenatal and post-natal care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and AIDS, provision of antiretroviral drugs, voluntary counselling and testing (VCT), screening for cancers of the reproductive system, post-abortion care, prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and AIDS, and home-based care for people living with HIV and AIDS.  FPABF’s work reaches out to the poor and marginalized, and the organization runs special initiatives focused on reaching young people on the streets, people living with HIV and AIDS, and students. Professional training is provided to young people, including members of FPABF’s Youth Action Movement, which enables them to participate in small-scale profitable ventures and escape poverty. The nation has severe SRH challenges in terms of lifetime risk of maternal death and unmet need for contraception. One of the most serious  issues in Burkina Faso is the 66% prevalence of female genital mutilation: a psychologically traumatic experience, an infringement of human rights and a source of substantial physical damage requiring major medical intervention.      FPABP works in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the Secretariat Permanent des Organisations Non Gouvernementales (SPONG), Réseau des ONG en population et développement (REOPOD) and a range of funders including UNFPA, the EU, UNICEF and DANIDA.

logo of Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial
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| 31 March 2016

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial

Association Burkinabé pour le Bien-Etre Familial (FPABF) was set up in 1985. Staff and over 1,000 volunteers work to provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to poor and marginalized people. Services include antenatal and post-natal care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and AIDS, provision of antiretroviral drugs, voluntary counselling and testing (VCT), screening for cancers of the reproductive system, post-abortion care, prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and AIDS, and home-based care for people living with HIV and AIDS.  FPABF’s work reaches out to the poor and marginalized, and the organization runs special initiatives focused on reaching young people on the streets, people living with HIV and AIDS, and students. Professional training is provided to young people, including members of FPABF’s Youth Action Movement, which enables them to participate in small-scale profitable ventures and escape poverty. The nation has severe SRH challenges in terms of lifetime risk of maternal death and unmet need for contraception. One of the most serious  issues in Burkina Faso is the 66% prevalence of female genital mutilation: a psychologically traumatic experience, an infringement of human rights and a source of substantial physical damage requiring major medical intervention.      FPABP works in partnership with the Ministry of Health, the Secretariat Permanent des Organisations Non Gouvernementales (SPONG), Réseau des ONG en population et développement (REOPOD) and a range of funders including UNFPA, the EU, UNICEF and DANIDA.

Albanian Center for Population and Development Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Albanian Center for Population and Development

ACPD is a non-for-profit organization, established in January 1993 that works for improvement of policies, legislation, the right of information and services for issues concerning population and development, including reproductive health. There are four strategic directions of ACPD work:   Advocacy on further improvement of SRHR policies, gender equality including women and youth participation in decision making processes at central and local level. Empowerment of women and youth on their SRHR rights through awareness and education, by promoting gender equality and broad society support Qualitative and accessible integrated services, which are gender sensitive and address women and young people needs ACPD maintains the leadership in promoting the broad partnership and cooperation on issues of SRHR through sustainable programmes and increase number of volunteers and supporters. ACPD is led by a board of recognized experts in the field of SRHR, social issues, gender, migration etc. It has a permanent staff around 15 people, who are qualified specialists. The organization has three multi-functional centres located in (Centre of Albania) Tirana, (South) Vlora and (North) Shkodra with 206 active members and activists. The SRH services include contraceptive care, cervical cancer prevention, HIV rapid test and counselling, pre and post abortion care, pre- and post-natal care, ultrasound examination and counselling, gender based violence counselling, sexual transmitted infections counselling, and relationships counselling and referrals. The organization has delivered a very extensive rights-based and gender-sensitive comprehensive sexuality education for children/young people in formal and informal setting. Approximately 1000 teachers and 1500 pupils are trained on CSE all over the country. ACPD and other NGOs have played an important role in advocating for sexuality education. The ACPD also provides a gateway for dialogue, networking and cooperation among stakeholders and partners on regional, national and local levels.

Albanian Center for Population and Development Logo
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| 31 March 2016

Albanian Center for Population and Development

ACPD is a non-for-profit organization, established in January 1993 that works for improvement of policies, legislation, the right of information and services for issues concerning population and development, including reproductive health. There are four strategic directions of ACPD work:   Advocacy on further improvement of SRHR policies, gender equality including women and youth participation in decision making processes at central and local level. Empowerment of women and youth on their SRHR rights through awareness and education, by promoting gender equality and broad society support Qualitative and accessible integrated services, which are gender sensitive and address women and young people needs ACPD maintains the leadership in promoting the broad partnership and cooperation on issues of SRHR through sustainable programmes and increase number of volunteers and supporters. ACPD is led by a board of recognized experts in the field of SRHR, social issues, gender, migration etc. It has a permanent staff around 15 people, who are qualified specialists. The organization has three multi-functional centres located in (Centre of Albania) Tirana, (South) Vlora and (North) Shkodra with 206 active members and activists. The SRH services include contraceptive care, cervical cancer prevention, HIV rapid test and counselling, pre and post abortion care, pre- and post-natal care, ultrasound examination and counselling, gender based violence counselling, sexual transmitted infections counselling, and relationships counselling and referrals. The organization has delivered a very extensive rights-based and gender-sensitive comprehensive sexuality education for children/young people in formal and informal setting. Approximately 1000 teachers and 1500 pupils are trained on CSE all over the country. ACPD and other NGOs have played an important role in advocating for sexuality education. The ACPD also provides a gateway for dialogue, networking and cooperation among stakeholders and partners on regional, national and local levels.