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Bahrain Reproductive Health Association

The Bahrain Reproductive Health Association (BRHA) is a public association, but does not provide any clinical services. It was established on 1975, by a group of Bahraini youth to serve the Bahrain community with commitment and accountability towards national and human responsibility. 

Through voluntary trained and specialized personnel, SRH targets include: 

  • Increase awareness and knowledge about reproductive health and the importance of family planning as a human need for the community.
  • Increase women's knowledge about their reproductive rights, and enable them to practice their rights and make their own decisions. 
  • Increase men's responsibility and participation in reproductive health issues.
  • Prepare youth for parenthood responsibilities, and improve care provided to adolescents.
  • Communicate with decision makers and community leaders to support positive attitude towards reproductive health. 

These are achieved by the following:

  • Increase awareness about reproductive health among the community through seminars, lectures, leaflets and educational articles. 
  • Train volunteers to become specialists in reproductive health and family planning.
  • Provide reproductive health counselling through the counselling centre in the association.
  • Increase cooperation and coordination with governmental authorities, associations, social clubs and different media facilities to promote reproductive health.
  • Increase cooperation and coordination with all agents concerned in combating and preventing HIV. 

Bahrain Reproductive Health Association

The Bahrain Reproductive Health Association (BRHA) is a public association, but does not provide any clinical services. It was established on 1975, by a group of Bahraini youth to serve the Bahrain community with commitment and accountability towards national and human responsibility. 

Through voluntary trained and specialized personnel, SRH targets include: 

  • Increase awareness and knowledge about reproductive health and the importance of family planning as a human need for the community.
  • Increase women's knowledge about their reproductive rights, and enable them to practice their rights and make their own decisions. 
  • Increase men's responsibility and participation in reproductive health issues.
  • Prepare youth for parenthood responsibilities, and improve care provided to adolescents.
  • Communicate with decision makers and community leaders to support positive attitude towards reproductive health. 

These are achieved by the following:

  • Increase awareness about reproductive health among the community through seminars, lectures, leaflets and educational articles. 
  • Train volunteers to become specialists in reproductive health and family planning.
  • Provide reproductive health counselling through the counselling centre in the association.
  • Increase cooperation and coordination with governmental authorities, associations, social clubs and different media facilities to promote reproductive health.
  • Increase cooperation and coordination with all agents concerned in combating and preventing HIV.