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by Jon Hopkins, IPPF Senior HIV Officer Whilst at the 2016 International AIDS Conference –held in Durban from 18-22nd July 2016 – I heard repeatedly that whilst huge progress has been made in addressing HIV since the last AIDS Conference ...
Seri Wendoh is the Senior Advisor for Gender, Adolescents and Rights at IPPF's Central Office. I met Cheyenne on a recent visit to Zambia. She is 35, and her family’s provider as well as its carer. Cheyenne spent 12 hours ...
On 10-11th December IPPF, UNAIDS and Sonke Gender Justice hosted a high-level meeting entitled “Rights, Roles and Responsibilities of men in fast tracking the end of AIDS”. The meeting brought together leaders, governments, researchers and practitioners who were experts in ...
At IPPF we have thousands and thousands of people who work for us as volunteers every day, right across the world. One of those volunteers is 26-year-old Patrick Ongaya who lives in one of the Kenyan capitals biggest slums, Kibera ...
The 2nd MenEngage Global Symposium began yesterday (November 10th, 2014) in New Delhi, India. The symposium aims to share experiences, evidence and insights to seek directions on how men and boys can creatively contribute to gender equality, within a broader ...
“I decided to be responsible for gender equity and to combat gender-based violence. Men have to raise their voices.” Momen, 23, Palestine Men are husbands, partners, fathers, brothers and sons, and their lives are intertwined with that of women, children ...
By Esther Mukami Njoroge I was 16-years-old when I became pregnant with my first child in 1982. I had only just moved to Form 1 at school when I found out and I felt depressed and disorientated by the news ...