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| 31 March 2016

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa, and the tenth most populous in the world, has enormous sexual and reproductive health (SRH) challenges as the statistics demonstrate.  The Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. It has a broad reach which focuses on providing poor and marginalized populations with family planning, safe abortion care, maternal and child health care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) including HIV and AIDS and associated opportunistic infections.  In the shape of permanent clinics, mobile facilities and community-based services (CBSs), FGAE has numerous service points. Staff, backed by over thousands of volunteers, hundreds of peer educators and demand creators.   There’s no disguising the fact that achieving proper SRH amongst the Ethiopian people is an exhausting uphill struggle. FGAE has the will, the determination and the backing to fight for people’s rights and welfare.  Access is key to the Member Association’s activity, and it works extensively with young people to inform, educate and provide essential SRH services. FGAE also runs special projects targeted at particularly vulnerable individuals and groups: street children, people living with HIV and AIDS, sex workers, and young migrants in 8 of the 11 principal Regions in Ethiopia.  FGAE partners with government, with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including the  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Women, Children and Youth, UNFPA-Ethiopia, CARE-Ethiopia, DKT-Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Women’s Lawyer Association, and a broad spectrum of HIV and AIDS-related operations.  Private sector partners include networks of 420 private health facilities and donors to the Member Association’s work include the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Packard Foundation, IPPF’s Japan Trust Fund, USAID/CDC and DFID.   

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa, and the tenth most populous in the world, has enormous sexual and reproductive health (SRH) challenges as the statistics demonstrate.  The Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. It has a broad reach which focuses on providing poor and marginalized populations with family planning, safe abortion care, maternal and child health care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) including HIV and AIDS and associated opportunistic infections.  In the shape of permanent clinics, mobile facilities and community-based services (CBSs), FGAE has numerous service points. Staff, backed by over thousands of volunteers, hundreds of peer educators and demand creators.   There’s no disguising the fact that achieving proper SRH amongst the Ethiopian people is an exhausting uphill struggle. FGAE has the will, the determination and the backing to fight for people’s rights and welfare.  Access is key to the Member Association’s activity, and it works extensively with young people to inform, educate and provide essential SRH services. FGAE also runs special projects targeted at particularly vulnerable individuals and groups: street children, people living with HIV and AIDS, sex workers, and young migrants in 8 of the 11 principal Regions in Ethiopia.  FGAE partners with government, with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including the  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Women, Children and Youth, UNFPA-Ethiopia, CARE-Ethiopia, DKT-Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Women’s Lawyer Association, and a broad spectrum of HIV and AIDS-related operations.  Private sector partners include networks of 420 private health facilities and donors to the Member Association’s work include the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Packard Foundation, IPPF’s Japan Trust Fund, USAID/CDC and DFID.   

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa, and the tenth most populous in the world, has enormous sexual and reproductive health (SRH) challenges as the statistics demonstrate.  The Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. It has a broad reach which focuses on providing poor and marginalized populations with family planning, safe abortion care, maternal and child health care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) including HIV and AIDS and associated opportunistic infections.  In the shape of permanent clinics, mobile facilities and community-based services (CBSs), FGAE has numerous service points. Staff, backed by over thousands of volunteers, hundreds of peer educators and demand creators.   There’s no disguising the fact that achieving proper SRH amongst the Ethiopian people is an exhausting uphill struggle. FGAE has the will, the determination and the backing to fight for people’s rights and welfare.  Access is key to the Member Association’s activity, and it works extensively with young people to inform, educate and provide essential SRH services. FGAE also runs special projects targeted at particularly vulnerable individuals and groups: street children, people living with HIV and AIDS, sex workers, and young migrants in 8 of the 11 principal Regions in Ethiopia.  FGAE partners with government, with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including the  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Women, Children and Youth, UNFPA-Ethiopia, CARE-Ethiopia, DKT-Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Women’s Lawyer Association, and a broad spectrum of HIV and AIDS-related operations.  Private sector partners include networks of 420 private health facilities and donors to the Member Association’s work include the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Packard Foundation, IPPF’s Japan Trust Fund, USAID/CDC and DFID.   

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia

Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa, and the tenth most populous in the world, has enormous sexual and reproductive health (SRH) challenges as the statistics demonstrate.  The Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. It has a broad reach which focuses on providing poor and marginalized populations with family planning, safe abortion care, maternal and child health care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) including HIV and AIDS and associated opportunistic infections.  In the shape of permanent clinics, mobile facilities and community-based services (CBSs), FGAE has numerous service points. Staff, backed by over thousands of volunteers, hundreds of peer educators and demand creators.   There’s no disguising the fact that achieving proper SRH amongst the Ethiopian people is an exhausting uphill struggle. FGAE has the will, the determination and the backing to fight for people’s rights and welfare.  Access is key to the Member Association’s activity, and it works extensively with young people to inform, educate and provide essential SRH services. FGAE also runs special projects targeted at particularly vulnerable individuals and groups: street children, people living with HIV and AIDS, sex workers, and young migrants in 8 of the 11 principal Regions in Ethiopia.  FGAE partners with government, with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including the  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Women, Children and Youth, UNFPA-Ethiopia, CARE-Ethiopia, DKT-Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Women’s Lawyer Association, and a broad spectrum of HIV and AIDS-related operations.  Private sector partners include networks of 420 private health facilities and donors to the Member Association’s work include the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Packard Foundation, IPPF’s Japan Trust Fund, USAID/CDC and DFID.