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AMODEFA, our member association based in Mozambique is set to lose $2 million, 60% of its budget as a consequence of not signing the global gag rule.
For the first time men and adolescent boys, sexual and reproductive healthcare needs are put in the spotlight.
The garment manufacturing industry in Cambodia employs roughly 700,000 people, the majority of which are women.
IPPF are working with local organisations in Bangladesh to help meet the sexual and reproductive healthcare needs of the Rohingya.
Flash flood in Sri Lanka affected over half a million people and natural disasters like this disproportionately affect women and girls who are at a greater risk of sexual violence.
Youth volunteers are leading the the fight for comprehensive sexuality education in schools.
UN’s High Level Political Forum is an opportunity to speak with high-level officials about the 2030 Agenda, also known as and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the important role that our issues – health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and gender equality – have in achieving the SDGs.
Civil society organizations like IPPF and our partners are renewing our efforts to work in partnership to ensure the commitments are translated into reality.
Just before midday on Saturday 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Nepal, causing massive devastation and loss of life. It was the worst natural disaster to strike the country for 80 years – and one the country is ...
The Organization of Africa Youth (OAY) has partnered with IPPF for over 3 years to influence United Nations policies on human rights, population and development, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.