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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.
FPAP staff conducts an Awareness Raising Session on Reproductive Health

11 March 2022

The project aims to restore services which have been impacted by COVID-19, particularly to marginalized populations such as young people, people living in poverty, and people with disabilities.

FPAP staff conducts an Awareness Raising Session on Reproductive Health

11 March 2022

The project aims to restore services which have been impacted by COVID-19, particularly to marginalized populations such as young people, people living in poverty, and people with disabilities.

ZAHRA, A YOUTH VOLUNTEER FROM TANZANIA

08 October 2020

20-year-old Zahra Amri has been working with Chama cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) since she was 13. Starting out as a Youth Action Movement (YAM) member, she then became a peer educator for young people and now works at UMATI’s Youth Center.

ZAHRA, A YOUTH VOLUNTEER FROM TANZANIA

08 October 2020

20-year-old Zahra Amri has been working with Chama cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) since she was 13. Starting out as a Youth Action Movement (YAM) member, she then became a peer educator for young people and now works at UMATI’s Youth Center.

School girls with their pink box for sanitary pads

28 June 2017

Only 2% of Tanzanian schoolgirls have access to disposable sanitary pads.

School girls with their pink box for sanitary pads

28 June 2017

Only 2% of Tanzanian schoolgirls have access to disposable sanitary pads.

FPAP staff conducts an Awareness Raising Session on Reproductive Health

11 March 2022

The project aims to restore services which have been impacted by COVID-19, particularly to marginalized populations such as young people, people living in poverty, and people with disabilities.

FPAP staff conducts an Awareness Raising Session on Reproductive Health

11 March 2022

The project aims to restore services which have been impacted by COVID-19, particularly to marginalized populations such as young people, people living in poverty, and people with disabilities.

ZAHRA, A YOUTH VOLUNTEER FROM TANZANIA

08 October 2020

20-year-old Zahra Amri has been working with Chama cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) since she was 13. Starting out as a Youth Action Movement (YAM) member, she then became a peer educator for young people and now works at UMATI’s Youth Center.

ZAHRA, A YOUTH VOLUNTEER FROM TANZANIA

08 October 2020

20-year-old Zahra Amri has been working with Chama cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) since she was 13. Starting out as a Youth Action Movement (YAM) member, she then became a peer educator for young people and now works at UMATI’s Youth Center.

School girls with their pink box for sanitary pads

28 June 2017

Only 2% of Tanzanian schoolgirls have access to disposable sanitary pads.

School girls with their pink box for sanitary pads

28 June 2017

Only 2% of Tanzanian schoolgirls have access to disposable sanitary pads.