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For Ireland, the pandemic is having a significant impact on the delivery of sexual and reproductive healthcare. Abortion has been legally accessible for fewer than two years in the country – has this bore the brunt of the hit?
Healthcare services around the world are adapting to the new challenges that coronavirus (COVID-19) presents. The Moroccan Family Planning Association, an IPPF member, is one of those service providers and we interviewed them to discuss the impact of the pandemic.
For the last eight years, Fadoua Bakhadda, has been fighting for changes in the law in her role as the Executive Director of the Moroccan Family Planning Association (AMPF). Many see her as a pioneer for sexual health and reproductive rights
The vote has repercussions outside of Ireland, bringing into even sharper focus Europe’s outliers – those remaining countries that still refuse to end forced pregnancy.
Since 2014, the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) has provided comprehensive medical and psychological care to women and girls in Ireland who have experienced FGM. The FGM Treatment Service is publicly funded which enables the IFPA to provide care to affected women and girls free of charge.
With Carina Hirsch – Advocacy and Policy Manager, Margaret Pyke Trust and the Population & Sustainability Network In the heart of Marrakech's medina, women gather to seek the contraception and information they need and want to plan their families. They ...