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Blogs

Blogs

Latest blogs from IPPF

Latest Blogs

A selection of blogs from across the Federation

2022 in review
Blog

2022 in sexual and reproductive health and rights

Reflections on some of the advances and setbacks made globally this year in access to abortion care, LGBTI+ rights, contraception and gender equality.
Healthcare worker

18 January 2021

“People think many things of sex workers.

Healthcare worker

18 January 2021

“People think many things of sex workers.

Youth volunteer

18 January 2021

In Chigude, a usually quiet rural village in northern Malawi, young people gather around two tables laughing and chatting animatedly. 

Youth volunteer

18 January 2021

In Chigude, a usually quiet rural village in northern Malawi, young people gather around two tables laughing and chatting animatedly. 

Cyclone Idai

02 April 2019

Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe on 14 March, leaving hundreds dead and impacting close to 2 million people. IPPF, along with our Member Associations and partners, are on the ground assessing needs and delivering crucial healthcare services.

Cyclone Idai

02 April 2019

Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe on 14 March, leaving hundreds dead and impacting close to 2 million people. IPPF, along with our Member Associations and partners, are on the ground assessing needs and delivering crucial healthcare services.

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM)

23 January 2018

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) rely heavily on US funding for it's HIV prevention programmes. From outreach programmes in rural areas to sex workers in the city, FPAM provide vital healthcare to the most vulnerable in society. Without funding, programmes will be forced to shut their doors on the thousands of people who rely on their services.

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM)

23 January 2018

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) rely heavily on US funding for it's HIV prevention programmes. From outreach programmes in rural areas to sex workers in the city, FPAM provide vital healthcare to the most vulnerable in society. Without funding, programmes will be forced to shut their doors on the thousands of people who rely on their services.

Healthcare worker

18 January 2021

“People think many things of sex workers.

Healthcare worker

18 January 2021

“People think many things of sex workers.

Youth volunteer

18 January 2021

In Chigude, a usually quiet rural village in northern Malawi, young people gather around two tables laughing and chatting animatedly. 

Youth volunteer

18 January 2021

In Chigude, a usually quiet rural village in northern Malawi, young people gather around two tables laughing and chatting animatedly. 

Cyclone Idai

02 April 2019

Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe on 14 March, leaving hundreds dead and impacting close to 2 million people. IPPF, along with our Member Associations and partners, are on the ground assessing needs and delivering crucial healthcare services.

Cyclone Idai

02 April 2019

Cyclone Idai tore through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe on 14 March, leaving hundreds dead and impacting close to 2 million people. IPPF, along with our Member Associations and partners, are on the ground assessing needs and delivering crucial healthcare services.

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM)

23 January 2018

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) rely heavily on US funding for it's HIV prevention programmes. From outreach programmes in rural areas to sex workers in the city, FPAM provide vital healthcare to the most vulnerable in society. Without funding, programmes will be forced to shut their doors on the thousands of people who rely on their services.

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM)

23 January 2018

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) rely heavily on US funding for it's HIV prevention programmes. From outreach programmes in rural areas to sex workers in the city, FPAM provide vital healthcare to the most vulnerable in society. Without funding, programmes will be forced to shut their doors on the thousands of people who rely on their services.