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IPPF has been informed that the UK government has made significant cuts to the UK aid budget, including allocated funding for vital sexual and reproductive health services. The brutal cuts are a tragic blow for the world's poorest and most marginalized women and girls.
IPPF welcomes the adoption of the outcome resolution on the CPD’s special theme on population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development at its 54th session.
The health workforce is the backbone of every health system and is essential to achieving the right to health for all. Global leaders must ensure frontline healthcare workers are prioritized during the vaccine rollout.
IPPF has been recognized as a very high scorer in the 2021 Global 50/50 Report – a review of the equality and gendered-related policies and practices of 201 global organizations active in health and health policy.
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) welcomes the news of Angola decriminalizing same-sex relationships. IPPF recognizes and congratulates activists, advocates and organizations that helped make this historic change in the law possible.
As of 27 January, a near-total ban on abortion has become the reality for women in Poland as the October 2020 judgement of the country’s Constitutional Tribunal was published in the journal of laws.
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) welcomes the news of President Biden’s decision to keep his promise and repeal the harmful Global Gag Rule (GGR) – also known as the Mexico City Policy.
On the eve of the anniversary of Roe v Wade; the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) awaits the news of President Biden’s decision to keep his promise and repeal the harmful Global Gag Rule (also known as the Mexico City Policy).
The International Planned Parenthood Federation welcomes the news of the removal of abortion care from South Korea’s Criminal Code effective from 1 January 2021. This means those seeking abortion care will no longer face legal barriers in accessing care.
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) welcomes the news of a historic decision by the Senate of the Republic of Argentina approving a national law on legal, safe and free abortion. The law will allow all women and adolescents access to abortion care for up to 14 weeks of pregnancy.