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During the global COVID-19 pandemic, medical abortion has an increasingly important role to play in ensuring access to safe abortion care for those who choose not to continue their pregnancy.
While most countries are currently struggling to respond to COVID-19, the pandemic poses a particularly dire threat in fragile and humanitarian settings. An estimated 1.8 billion people live in fragile contexts worldwide, including 168 million in need of humanitarian assistance.
Dr Khatol Hamidi has been working as a doctor and counsellor at The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) since 2018.
Spain was badly hit by the coronavirus outbreak. We interviewed Filomena Ruggiero and Raquel Hurtado from our Spanish Member Association, to find out how severe the impact has been on sexual and reproductive healthcare.
Abe, an Assistant Youth Officer for the Kiribati Family Health Association, discusses his proud identity as part of both the LGBTI community and his local church.
Since last year’s Pride Month, places around the world have taken huge strides towards LGBTI equality. We’re celebrating just some of them in this blog, because the right to be who you want to be and love who you want to love is a human right.
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?
Women often have to hide their sexual and reproductive health issues and concerns, for fear of stigmatization, or even coercion and violence. Nurse Leias Obed knows how to work around this.
The COVID-19 situation in Brazil has been making global headlines recently. We interviewed Dr Ilana Ambrogi to discover what impact this has had on the delivery of sexual and reproductive healthcare, where inequalities have long-existed.
With coronavirus spreading rapidly and strict lockdown measures imposed on the movement of people, the Japan Family Planning Association has been discussing ways to continue to provide vital sexual and reproductive health services.