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The sexual and reproductive health (SRH) indicators for Liberia make for uncomfortable reading. The linkages between the figures are all-too obvious: very high poverty levels, low contraceptive use, high fertility rates, and the highest child mortality rate in the world. ...
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Liberia’s first case of Ebola was declared in March 2014 and within six months the WHO declared the epidemic an international emergency. Most health facilities were closed to all medical needs aside from emergency and Ebola-related cases. The Planned Parenthood ...
26 September, United Nations, New York, Civil society and Governments have a key role to play in the global effort to secure prime position for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the post 2015 process according to a high-level ...
“ Immediately after my child was born, I found the market family planning booth to receive free services. The services are right in my community and taking family planning has been a good experience. Things have changed in my life ...
A new global campaign launched by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) today is throwing down the gauntlet to world leaders to support people’s basic sexual and reproductive rights – so people can decide what happens to their bodies, who ...
Momo Seh, standing, is from Liberia. He has been working as a youth intern at IPPFAR since May 2013. He is the National Youth Coordinator of the Youth Action Movement in Liberia . I have been living in Nairobi, Kenya ...
A new level of partnership was launched by UNFPA , the United Nations Population Fund and the International Planned Parenthood Federation ( IPPF ) today at Women Deliver . It will bring a significant boost in investment to family planning ...
IPPF is delighted to see that sexual and reproductive health and gender equality were supported by the High level Panel through its consultation on the post-2015 agenda in Liberia last week. The declaration issued by the High Level Panel of ...
IPPF’s first ever, large-scale Development Debate took place at The Royal Society on Monday 30 January 2012. Keynote speaker Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace Prize winner and Liberian activist, headed a panel of experts addressing the topic “Women’s empowerment and sustainable ...