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.p { text-align: justify; align: left; } Uganda has one of the highest fertility rates in the world, and as a result, it also has one of the most youthful populations - more than half of Ugandans are under the ...
Organized by the Gates Institute, the session at the International Family Planning Conference on ‘South-South Exchange on Family Planning’ focussed on shared learning between countries on family planning needs and how to move beyond dialogue to action. The questions facing ...
Conditions were so bad at Tema General Hospital in Ghana that within the first three months of this year 20 women had died. On one occasion four women were forced to share a bed in the maternity wards. In response ...
Advocate Barbara Dockalova, from the Joining Voices Project, attended the Global Citizens Hearing that took place at the 68th World Health Assembly. Citizens shared their recommendations with the global community. Their input will influence the Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent ...
Conditions have become so bad at Tema General Hospital in Ghana that four women have to share a bed in the maternity wards and between January and April this year 20 women have died. Campaign action was organized by the ...
As Regional Director of IPPF’s African office, I am proud to have taken part in Global Citizens Hearing side event at the 68th World Health Assembly on 21 May. The issue of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health is ...
This is a speech which was given by Susmita Choudrey, one of IPPF’s Advocacy Project Specialists, at CPD. “It’s a common phenomenon around the world for many girls to be married by 16, to have had their first child by ...
Sweden is a major pioneer and leader in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights and IPPF has a long-standing relationship with SIDA, the Swedish international development cooperation agency. A delegation from SIDA included Christina Larsson (Senior Programme ...
On Universal Health Coverage Day, IPPF’s HIV/AIDS Senior Adviser Alan Smith looks at a public-private programme providing health services to migrant workers living in labour camps on the Chennai metro rail project. Many large Indian cities are developing large infrastructure ...
Simon Richard Mugenyi writes from the first Uganda national conference on family planning The first Uganda national conference on family planning co-hosted by the Ministry of Health in partnership with UNFPA was a success; it’s been an exciting, joyful and ...