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Latest blogs from IPPF

Latest Blogs

A selection of blogs from across the Federation

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Climate crisis, displacement, and sexual health – what are the links?

As the rate of climate emergencies continues to increase globally, the impact on healthcare and human rights will be severe.
An ultrasound taking place in Senegal

21 May 2020

"Sexual and reproductive health represents a major public health issue in times of epidemics because women and girls can be more exposed. It is essential that we continue to offer services for treating infections and for family planning, pregnancy and childbirth. "

An ultrasound taking place in Senegal

21 May 2020

"Sexual and reproductive health represents a major public health issue in times of epidemics because women and girls can be more exposed. It is essential that we continue to offer services for treating infections and for family planning, pregnancy and childbirth. "

Midwife Ndoye Yacine Touré speaks with client Maguette Mbou, 33, during a free consultancy by ASBEF at School Seydina Limamou Laye in Dakar, Senegal.

23 January 2019

Two years into the Global Gag Rule, IPPF Member Association ASBEF is feeling the devastating impact on its healthcare services – but they are determined to continue providing vital healthcare services.

Midwife Ndoye Yacine Touré speaks with client Maguette Mbou, 33, during a free consultancy by ASBEF at School Seydina Limamou Laye in Dakar, Senegal.

23 January 2019

Two years into the Global Gag Rule, IPPF Member Association ASBEF is feeling the devastating impact on its healthcare services – but they are determined to continue providing vital healthcare services.

An ultrasound taking place in Senegal

21 May 2020

"Sexual and reproductive health represents a major public health issue in times of epidemics because women and girls can be more exposed. It is essential that we continue to offer services for treating infections and for family planning, pregnancy and childbirth. "

An ultrasound taking place in Senegal

21 May 2020

"Sexual and reproductive health represents a major public health issue in times of epidemics because women and girls can be more exposed. It is essential that we continue to offer services for treating infections and for family planning, pregnancy and childbirth. "

Midwife Ndoye Yacine Touré speaks with client Maguette Mbou, 33, during a free consultancy by ASBEF at School Seydina Limamou Laye in Dakar, Senegal.

23 January 2019

Two years into the Global Gag Rule, IPPF Member Association ASBEF is feeling the devastating impact on its healthcare services – but they are determined to continue providing vital healthcare services.

Midwife Ndoye Yacine Touré speaks with client Maguette Mbou, 33, during a free consultancy by ASBEF at School Seydina Limamou Laye in Dakar, Senegal.

23 January 2019

Two years into the Global Gag Rule, IPPF Member Association ASBEF is feeling the devastating impact on its healthcare services – but they are determined to continue providing vital healthcare services.