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| 02 April 2024

Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood (FPRP) - Curacao

The Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood in Curaçao pioneered family planning in Curaçao. Today, it continues to meet the demand for sexual and reproductive health services, particularly among vulnerable communities, by providing a full range of services including contraceptives, gynecological care, pregnancy testing, breast exams, as well as services specifically targeted to sex workers. FPRP Curaçao continues to play an important role in addressing the sexual and reproductive health needs of all Curaçao residents. FPRP is part of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA).

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| 02 April 2024

Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood (FPRP) - Curacao

The Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood in Curaçao pioneered family planning in Curaçao. Today, it continues to meet the demand for sexual and reproductive health services, particularly among vulnerable communities, by providing a full range of services including contraceptives, gynecological care, pregnancy testing, breast exams, as well as services specifically targeted to sex workers. FPRP Curaçao continues to play an important role in addressing the sexual and reproductive health needs of all Curaçao residents. FPRP is part of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA).

FunDheg
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Fundacion Derechos Humanos Equidad y Genero (FunDheg) - Argentina

We are an organization that promotes and protects the rights and gender equality of all people from an intersectional perspective. We work to eradicate discrimination, violence and inequality faced by women, youth, children and LGBTIQ+ people. With a people-centered approach, our actions aim to contribute to the reduction of inequality gaps in the access of women, youth and LGBTIQ+ population to DSYR, comprehensive health, political participation and access to justice and education. Our areas of work are: Human Rights, gender equity, gender violence, sexual, reproductive and non-reproductive health, diversity and dissidence (LGBTIQ+), political participation of women and youth, women and dissidence living with HIV; and access to rights for women, youth and dissidence. Instagram Twitter

FunDheg
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| 19 January 2024

Fundacion Derechos Humanos Equidad y Genero (FunDheg) - Argentina

We are an organization that promotes and protects the rights and gender equality of all people from an intersectional perspective. We work to eradicate discrimination, violence and inequality faced by women, youth, children and LGBTIQ+ people. With a people-centered approach, our actions aim to contribute to the reduction of inequality gaps in the access of women, youth and LGBTIQ+ population to DSYR, comprehensive health, political participation and access to justice and education. Our areas of work are: Human Rights, gender equity, gender violence, sexual, reproductive and non-reproductive health, diversity and dissidence (LGBTIQ+), political participation of women and youth, women and dissidence living with HIV; and access to rights for women, youth and dissidence. Instagram Twitter

Gestos
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Gestos - Brazil

Gestos is a philanthropic organization founded in 1993 by sociologist Acioli Neto, journalist Alessandra Nilo, sociologist Márcia Andrade and social worker Silvia Dantas. The first project developed was supported by MISEREOR and focused on psychological care for people living with AIDS, as well as the training of information multipliers in the poorest communities of the Metropolitan Region of Recife. Since then, they have effectively contributed to guaranteeing the human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS. About 70% of the people who have sought legal support from the institution have had their rights redressed, through precautionary measures and sentences, which today are even part of the list of jurisprudence on the subject of Law and AIDS. Throughout its history, the organization has considered communication as fundamental in the fight against AIDS and has fought to expand this understanding in Pernambuco, Brazil and Latin America. This vision has consolidated Gestos as an important reference in Communication and AIDS in the country, with special emphasis on discussions on Public Policies on Health Communication. They also help to form new civil society organizations, such as the National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (RNPVHA - 1995), the Positive Work Group - GTP+ (2000), the Group of Positive Actions (2003), the Group of Support to HIV Positive People (GASP) 2003, Acts of Citizenship (2006). From 2007 to 2011, Gestos created and coordinated the UNGASS-AIDS Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Health, where it oversaw the implementation of agreements signed at the UN in sixteen developing countries. The UNGASS-AIDS Forum has established itself as a space for political debate on issues related to HIV and AIDS and sexual and reproductive health and rights. They are also a consultative NGO at the UN, with ECOSOC status since 2017.   Instagram Twitter

Gestos
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| 19 January 2024

Gestos - Brazil

Gestos is a philanthropic organization founded in 1993 by sociologist Acioli Neto, journalist Alessandra Nilo, sociologist Márcia Andrade and social worker Silvia Dantas. The first project developed was supported by MISEREOR and focused on psychological care for people living with AIDS, as well as the training of information multipliers in the poorest communities of the Metropolitan Region of Recife. Since then, they have effectively contributed to guaranteeing the human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS. About 70% of the people who have sought legal support from the institution have had their rights redressed, through precautionary measures and sentences, which today are even part of the list of jurisprudence on the subject of Law and AIDS. Throughout its history, the organization has considered communication as fundamental in the fight against AIDS and has fought to expand this understanding in Pernambuco, Brazil and Latin America. This vision has consolidated Gestos as an important reference in Communication and AIDS in the country, with special emphasis on discussions on Public Policies on Health Communication. They also help to form new civil society organizations, such as the National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (RNPVHA - 1995), the Positive Work Group - GTP+ (2000), the Group of Positive Actions (2003), the Group of Support to HIV Positive People (GASP) 2003, Acts of Citizenship (2006). From 2007 to 2011, Gestos created and coordinated the UNGASS-AIDS Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Health, where it oversaw the implementation of agreements signed at the UN in sixteen developing countries. The UNGASS-AIDS Forum has established itself as a space for political debate on issues related to HIV and AIDS and sexual and reproductive health and rights. They are also a consultative NGO at the UN, with ECOSOC status since 2017.   Instagram Twitter

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| 02 April 2024

Grenada Planned Parenthood Association

The Grenada Planned Parenthood Association (GPPA) runs 2 full-time clinics in St. George's and St. Andrew's. GPPA’s aim is to provide the population with the knowledge and the means to choose whether, when and how many children to have. It links its work with 50 Member Association social marketing operations, 1 government outlet, 3 private physicians and 2 other agencies.  GPPA clinics offer comprehensive reproductive health services and counselling, including pap smears, pregnancy tests and contraceptives. The organization provides training for nurses, and family planning information and education on a national scale through media activity and community meetings. A key objective is to reduce the country’s relatively high rate of teenage pregnancy, which has serious impacts on health, well-being and life-prospects for both mothers and children. To this end, GPPA runs youth health clinics which provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) advice, and skills and remedial academic training for teenagers who have dropped out of the formal education system. ADS is an associate member of an umbrella organization known as the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation Ltd (CFPA). The Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA) is the only regional non-governmental organization (NGO) devoted to family planning and sexual and reproductive health in the Caribbean. CFPA serves 13 island Member Associations and 5 Associate Member Associations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. It supports these Associations with technical assistance and materials, and represents their collective interests at IPPF meetings and in the Caribbean region among governments and NGOs. CFPA Member Associations are located in Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis and St. Kitts, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. CFPA Associate Member Associations are located in Belize, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. The CFPA does not offer any clinical services or distribute family planning methods to clients, but rather focuses its work on governance and institution-building among its Member Associations. The CFPA oversees, manages and analyses core grants to 7 Caribbean Member Associations. The CFPA also submits project proposals for donor funding on behalf of the Associations.

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| 02 April 2024

Grenada Planned Parenthood Association

The Grenada Planned Parenthood Association (GPPA) runs 2 full-time clinics in St. George's and St. Andrew's. GPPA’s aim is to provide the population with the knowledge and the means to choose whether, when and how many children to have. It links its work with 50 Member Association social marketing operations, 1 government outlet, 3 private physicians and 2 other agencies.  GPPA clinics offer comprehensive reproductive health services and counselling, including pap smears, pregnancy tests and contraceptives. The organization provides training for nurses, and family planning information and education on a national scale through media activity and community meetings. A key objective is to reduce the country’s relatively high rate of teenage pregnancy, which has serious impacts on health, well-being and life-prospects for both mothers and children. To this end, GPPA runs youth health clinics which provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) advice, and skills and remedial academic training for teenagers who have dropped out of the formal education system. ADS is an associate member of an umbrella organization known as the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation Ltd (CFPA). The Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA) is the only regional non-governmental organization (NGO) devoted to family planning and sexual and reproductive health in the Caribbean. CFPA serves 13 island Member Associations and 5 Associate Member Associations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. It supports these Associations with technical assistance and materials, and represents their collective interests at IPPF meetings and in the Caribbean region among governments and NGOs. CFPA Member Associations are located in Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis and St. Kitts, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. CFPA Associate Member Associations are located in Belize, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. The CFPA does not offer any clinical services or distribute family planning methods to clients, but rather focuses its work on governance and institution-building among its Member Associations. The CFPA oversees, manages and analyses core grants to 7 Caribbean Member Associations. The CFPA also submits project proposals for donor funding on behalf of the Associations.

HAGN
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN)

The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN), established in the wake of the 2010 earthquake, is a local organization that fosters collective local and international partnership for the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls and youth (10-24 years of age) in Haiti through the creation of safe spaces where girls can regularly meet to build their social, economic, cognitive, and health-related assets. The Network seeks to craft a sustainable partnership with and among these organizations, laying the foundation for long-term capacity building in Haiti. The network is designed for collaborative learning and draws on the expertise of its members to create girl-centered programming rooted in local contexts. The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network has as its goal, mission, and vision the following: Goal: Out of the earthquake and cholera emergencies as experienced by girls, to foster a well-resourced public-private network of places where girls can regularly meet to build their health-related, social, economic, and cognitive assets. Mission: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network is dedicated to the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls in Haiti. Vision: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network envisions a world where adolescent girls are free of violence, discrimination and ill health, a world where girls feel supported, heard and safe, and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Instagram Twitter

HAGN
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| 19 January 2024

Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN)

The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN), established in the wake of the 2010 earthquake, is a local organization that fosters collective local and international partnership for the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls and youth (10-24 years of age) in Haiti through the creation of safe spaces where girls can regularly meet to build their social, economic, cognitive, and health-related assets. The Network seeks to craft a sustainable partnership with and among these organizations, laying the foundation for long-term capacity building in Haiti. The network is designed for collaborative learning and draws on the expertise of its members to create girl-centered programming rooted in local contexts. The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network has as its goal, mission, and vision the following: Goal: Out of the earthquake and cholera emergencies as experienced by girls, to foster a well-resourced public-private network of places where girls can regularly meet to build their health-related, social, economic, and cognitive assets. Mission: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network is dedicated to the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls in Haiti. Vision: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network envisions a world where adolescent girls are free of violence, discrimination and ill health, a world where girls feel supported, heard and safe, and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Instagram Twitter

Llaves
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Llaves - Honduras

LLAVES is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Allan Dunaway and Rosa Gonzalez in response to the particular needs of people living with HIV, specifically in the defense of the human rights of this population. LLAVES has developed expertise in the area of communication and uses it as a vehicle for primary and secondary prevention of HIV and other STIs, human rights advocacy, political advocacy, promotion of values, as well as the involvement of other key actors in the response to the epidemic, and its territorial areas of work are regional, national and international. LLAVES seeks to enhance the availability and quality of access to and use of key information, products and services for development that contribute significantly to improving the lives of people living with HIV and other vulnerable groups. The advocacy developed by LLAVES has been instrumental in achieving access to comprehensive care for people living with HIV, as well as a legal framework such as the special HIV Law and its reform. LLAVES has also been active in the development and implementation of the Five Year Plan on HIV and Human Rights: Reducing Human Rights Related Barriers to Access to HIV Services, an ambitious plan that aims to reduce legal, policy, scientific and community gaps. It comprises seven program areas, aimed at strengthening programs to protect and promote human rights, because human rights-related barriers impede the reach, use and impact of comprehensive HIV prevention and care services.   Instagram Twitter

Llaves
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| 19 January 2024

Llaves - Honduras

LLAVES is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Allan Dunaway and Rosa Gonzalez in response to the particular needs of people living with HIV, specifically in the defense of the human rights of this population. LLAVES has developed expertise in the area of communication and uses it as a vehicle for primary and secondary prevention of HIV and other STIs, human rights advocacy, political advocacy, promotion of values, as well as the involvement of other key actors in the response to the epidemic, and its territorial areas of work are regional, national and international. LLAVES seeks to enhance the availability and quality of access to and use of key information, products and services for development that contribute significantly to improving the lives of people living with HIV and other vulnerable groups. The advocacy developed by LLAVES has been instrumental in achieving access to comprehensive care for people living with HIV, as well as a legal framework such as the special HIV Law and its reform. LLAVES has also been active in the development and implementation of the Five Year Plan on HIV and Human Rights: Reducing Human Rights Related Barriers to Access to HIV Services, an ambitious plan that aims to reduce legal, policy, scientific and community gaps. It comprises seven program areas, aimed at strengthening programs to protect and promote human rights, because human rights-related barriers impede the reach, use and impact of comprehensive HIV prevention and care services.   Instagram Twitter

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Collaborative partner

| 02 April 2024

Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood (FPRP) - Curacao

The Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood in Curaçao pioneered family planning in Curaçao. Today, it continues to meet the demand for sexual and reproductive health services, particularly among vulnerable communities, by providing a full range of services including contraceptives, gynecological care, pregnancy testing, breast exams, as well as services specifically targeted to sex workers. FPRP Curaçao continues to play an important role in addressing the sexual and reproductive health needs of all Curaçao residents. FPRP is part of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA).

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| 02 April 2024

Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood (FPRP) - Curacao

The Foundation for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood in Curaçao pioneered family planning in Curaçao. Today, it continues to meet the demand for sexual and reproductive health services, particularly among vulnerable communities, by providing a full range of services including contraceptives, gynecological care, pregnancy testing, breast exams, as well as services specifically targeted to sex workers. FPRP Curaçao continues to play an important role in addressing the sexual and reproductive health needs of all Curaçao residents. FPRP is part of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA).

FunDheg
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Fundacion Derechos Humanos Equidad y Genero (FunDheg) - Argentina

We are an organization that promotes and protects the rights and gender equality of all people from an intersectional perspective. We work to eradicate discrimination, violence and inequality faced by women, youth, children and LGBTIQ+ people. With a people-centered approach, our actions aim to contribute to the reduction of inequality gaps in the access of women, youth and LGBTIQ+ population to DSYR, comprehensive health, political participation and access to justice and education. Our areas of work are: Human Rights, gender equity, gender violence, sexual, reproductive and non-reproductive health, diversity and dissidence (LGBTIQ+), political participation of women and youth, women and dissidence living with HIV; and access to rights for women, youth and dissidence. Instagram Twitter

FunDheg
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| 19 January 2024

Fundacion Derechos Humanos Equidad y Genero (FunDheg) - Argentina

We are an organization that promotes and protects the rights and gender equality of all people from an intersectional perspective. We work to eradicate discrimination, violence and inequality faced by women, youth, children and LGBTIQ+ people. With a people-centered approach, our actions aim to contribute to the reduction of inequality gaps in the access of women, youth and LGBTIQ+ population to DSYR, comprehensive health, political participation and access to justice and education. Our areas of work are: Human Rights, gender equity, gender violence, sexual, reproductive and non-reproductive health, diversity and dissidence (LGBTIQ+), political participation of women and youth, women and dissidence living with HIV; and access to rights for women, youth and dissidence. Instagram Twitter

Gestos
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Gestos - Brazil

Gestos is a philanthropic organization founded in 1993 by sociologist Acioli Neto, journalist Alessandra Nilo, sociologist Márcia Andrade and social worker Silvia Dantas. The first project developed was supported by MISEREOR and focused on psychological care for people living with AIDS, as well as the training of information multipliers in the poorest communities of the Metropolitan Region of Recife. Since then, they have effectively contributed to guaranteeing the human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS. About 70% of the people who have sought legal support from the institution have had their rights redressed, through precautionary measures and sentences, which today are even part of the list of jurisprudence on the subject of Law and AIDS. Throughout its history, the organization has considered communication as fundamental in the fight against AIDS and has fought to expand this understanding in Pernambuco, Brazil and Latin America. This vision has consolidated Gestos as an important reference in Communication and AIDS in the country, with special emphasis on discussions on Public Policies on Health Communication. They also help to form new civil society organizations, such as the National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (RNPVHA - 1995), the Positive Work Group - GTP+ (2000), the Group of Positive Actions (2003), the Group of Support to HIV Positive People (GASP) 2003, Acts of Citizenship (2006). From 2007 to 2011, Gestos created and coordinated the UNGASS-AIDS Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Health, where it oversaw the implementation of agreements signed at the UN in sixteen developing countries. The UNGASS-AIDS Forum has established itself as a space for political debate on issues related to HIV and AIDS and sexual and reproductive health and rights. They are also a consultative NGO at the UN, with ECOSOC status since 2017.   Instagram Twitter

Gestos
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| 19 January 2024

Gestos - Brazil

Gestos is a philanthropic organization founded in 1993 by sociologist Acioli Neto, journalist Alessandra Nilo, sociologist Márcia Andrade and social worker Silvia Dantas. The first project developed was supported by MISEREOR and focused on psychological care for people living with AIDS, as well as the training of information multipliers in the poorest communities of the Metropolitan Region of Recife. Since then, they have effectively contributed to guaranteeing the human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS. About 70% of the people who have sought legal support from the institution have had their rights redressed, through precautionary measures and sentences, which today are even part of the list of jurisprudence on the subject of Law and AIDS. Throughout its history, the organization has considered communication as fundamental in the fight against AIDS and has fought to expand this understanding in Pernambuco, Brazil and Latin America. This vision has consolidated Gestos as an important reference in Communication and AIDS in the country, with special emphasis on discussions on Public Policies on Health Communication. They also help to form new civil society organizations, such as the National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (RNPVHA - 1995), the Positive Work Group - GTP+ (2000), the Group of Positive Actions (2003), the Group of Support to HIV Positive People (GASP) 2003, Acts of Citizenship (2006). From 2007 to 2011, Gestos created and coordinated the UNGASS-AIDS Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Health, where it oversaw the implementation of agreements signed at the UN in sixteen developing countries. The UNGASS-AIDS Forum has established itself as a space for political debate on issues related to HIV and AIDS and sexual and reproductive health and rights. They are also a consultative NGO at the UN, with ECOSOC status since 2017.   Instagram Twitter

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| 02 April 2024

Grenada Planned Parenthood Association

The Grenada Planned Parenthood Association (GPPA) runs 2 full-time clinics in St. George's and St. Andrew's. GPPA’s aim is to provide the population with the knowledge and the means to choose whether, when and how many children to have. It links its work with 50 Member Association social marketing operations, 1 government outlet, 3 private physicians and 2 other agencies.  GPPA clinics offer comprehensive reproductive health services and counselling, including pap smears, pregnancy tests and contraceptives. The organization provides training for nurses, and family planning information and education on a national scale through media activity and community meetings. A key objective is to reduce the country’s relatively high rate of teenage pregnancy, which has serious impacts on health, well-being and life-prospects for both mothers and children. To this end, GPPA runs youth health clinics which provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) advice, and skills and remedial academic training for teenagers who have dropped out of the formal education system. ADS is an associate member of an umbrella organization known as the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation Ltd (CFPA). The Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA) is the only regional non-governmental organization (NGO) devoted to family planning and sexual and reproductive health in the Caribbean. CFPA serves 13 island Member Associations and 5 Associate Member Associations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. It supports these Associations with technical assistance and materials, and represents their collective interests at IPPF meetings and in the Caribbean region among governments and NGOs. CFPA Member Associations are located in Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis and St. Kitts, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. CFPA Associate Member Associations are located in Belize, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. The CFPA does not offer any clinical services or distribute family planning methods to clients, but rather focuses its work on governance and institution-building among its Member Associations. The CFPA oversees, manages and analyses core grants to 7 Caribbean Member Associations. The CFPA also submits project proposals for donor funding on behalf of the Associations.

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| 02 April 2024

Grenada Planned Parenthood Association

The Grenada Planned Parenthood Association (GPPA) runs 2 full-time clinics in St. George's and St. Andrew's. GPPA’s aim is to provide the population with the knowledge and the means to choose whether, when and how many children to have. It links its work with 50 Member Association social marketing operations, 1 government outlet, 3 private physicians and 2 other agencies.  GPPA clinics offer comprehensive reproductive health services and counselling, including pap smears, pregnancy tests and contraceptives. The organization provides training for nurses, and family planning information and education on a national scale through media activity and community meetings. A key objective is to reduce the country’s relatively high rate of teenage pregnancy, which has serious impacts on health, well-being and life-prospects for both mothers and children. To this end, GPPA runs youth health clinics which provide sexual and reproductive health (SRH) advice, and skills and remedial academic training for teenagers who have dropped out of the formal education system. ADS is an associate member of an umbrella organization known as the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation Ltd (CFPA). The Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation (CFPA) is the only regional non-governmental organization (NGO) devoted to family planning and sexual and reproductive health in the Caribbean. CFPA serves 13 island Member Associations and 5 Associate Member Associations in the Caribbean, Central and South America. It supports these Associations with technical assistance and materials, and represents their collective interests at IPPF meetings and in the Caribbean region among governments and NGOs. CFPA Member Associations are located in Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis and St. Kitts, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. CFPA Associate Member Associations are located in Belize, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. The CFPA does not offer any clinical services or distribute family planning methods to clients, but rather focuses its work on governance and institution-building among its Member Associations. The CFPA oversees, manages and analyses core grants to 7 Caribbean Member Associations. The CFPA also submits project proposals for donor funding on behalf of the Associations.

HAGN
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN)

The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN), established in the wake of the 2010 earthquake, is a local organization that fosters collective local and international partnership for the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls and youth (10-24 years of age) in Haiti through the creation of safe spaces where girls can regularly meet to build their social, economic, cognitive, and health-related assets. The Network seeks to craft a sustainable partnership with and among these organizations, laying the foundation for long-term capacity building in Haiti. The network is designed for collaborative learning and draws on the expertise of its members to create girl-centered programming rooted in local contexts. The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network has as its goal, mission, and vision the following: Goal: Out of the earthquake and cholera emergencies as experienced by girls, to foster a well-resourced public-private network of places where girls can regularly meet to build their health-related, social, economic, and cognitive assets. Mission: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network is dedicated to the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls in Haiti. Vision: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network envisions a world where adolescent girls are free of violence, discrimination and ill health, a world where girls feel supported, heard and safe, and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Instagram Twitter

HAGN
member_association

| 19 January 2024

Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN)

The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network (HAGN), established in the wake of the 2010 earthquake, is a local organization that fosters collective local and international partnership for the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls and youth (10-24 years of age) in Haiti through the creation of safe spaces where girls can regularly meet to build their social, economic, cognitive, and health-related assets. The Network seeks to craft a sustainable partnership with and among these organizations, laying the foundation for long-term capacity building in Haiti. The network is designed for collaborative learning and draws on the expertise of its members to create girl-centered programming rooted in local contexts. The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network has as its goal, mission, and vision the following: Goal: Out of the earthquake and cholera emergencies as experienced by girls, to foster a well-resourced public-private network of places where girls can regularly meet to build their health-related, social, economic, and cognitive assets. Mission: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network is dedicated to the empowerment, safety, health, and well-being of girls in Haiti. Vision: The Haiti Adolescent Girls Network envisions a world where adolescent girls are free of violence, discrimination and ill health, a world where girls feel supported, heard and safe, and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Instagram Twitter

Llaves
Collaborative partner

| 19 January 2024

Llaves - Honduras

LLAVES is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Allan Dunaway and Rosa Gonzalez in response to the particular needs of people living with HIV, specifically in the defense of the human rights of this population. LLAVES has developed expertise in the area of communication and uses it as a vehicle for primary and secondary prevention of HIV and other STIs, human rights advocacy, political advocacy, promotion of values, as well as the involvement of other key actors in the response to the epidemic, and its territorial areas of work are regional, national and international. LLAVES seeks to enhance the availability and quality of access to and use of key information, products and services for development that contribute significantly to improving the lives of people living with HIV and other vulnerable groups. The advocacy developed by LLAVES has been instrumental in achieving access to comprehensive care for people living with HIV, as well as a legal framework such as the special HIV Law and its reform. LLAVES has also been active in the development and implementation of the Five Year Plan on HIV and Human Rights: Reducing Human Rights Related Barriers to Access to HIV Services, an ambitious plan that aims to reduce legal, policy, scientific and community gaps. It comprises seven program areas, aimed at strengthening programs to protect and promote human rights, because human rights-related barriers impede the reach, use and impact of comprehensive HIV prevention and care services.   Instagram Twitter

Llaves
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| 19 January 2024

Llaves - Honduras

LLAVES is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Allan Dunaway and Rosa Gonzalez in response to the particular needs of people living with HIV, specifically in the defense of the human rights of this population. LLAVES has developed expertise in the area of communication and uses it as a vehicle for primary and secondary prevention of HIV and other STIs, human rights advocacy, political advocacy, promotion of values, as well as the involvement of other key actors in the response to the epidemic, and its territorial areas of work are regional, national and international. LLAVES seeks to enhance the availability and quality of access to and use of key information, products and services for development that contribute significantly to improving the lives of people living with HIV and other vulnerable groups. The advocacy developed by LLAVES has been instrumental in achieving access to comprehensive care for people living with HIV, as well as a legal framework such as the special HIV Law and its reform. LLAVES has also been active in the development and implementation of the Five Year Plan on HIV and Human Rights: Reducing Human Rights Related Barriers to Access to HIV Services, an ambitious plan that aims to reduce legal, policy, scientific and community gaps. It comprises seven program areas, aimed at strengthening programs to protect and promote human rights, because human rights-related barriers impede the reach, use and impact of comprehensive HIV prevention and care services.   Instagram Twitter