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In preparation for the forthcoming High Level Panel meeting in Bali, IPPF is coordinating a sign on letter for civil society to present to delegates. It will ask them to include SRH indicators in the health component of the next ...
IPPF marks the International Day for Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation today by highlighting the role of advocacy through its Innovation Fund project in Cote d’Ivoire . Women and girls experience some of the worst forms of violence. Female ...
Following the success of the London Summit on Family Planning , DG Tewodros Melesse, met with Justine Greening, UK Secretary of State for International Development. The DG presented the Secretary of State with the London Declaration . It is a ...
18 leaders from civil society, governments, multi-lateral organizations, technical institutions and foundations are participating in a “Reference Group” for Family Planning 2020 (FP2020). FP2020 has been set up to sustain the momentum of last July’s London Summit on Family Planning. ...
For IPPF’s 60th Anniversary celebrations all our Regional Offices and Member Associations from around the globe, gathered with politicians and NGO leaders. It commemorated 6 strong decades of unyielding commitment to sexual and reproductive health rights within the human rights ...
The keynote speeches were kicked off by Tewodros Melesse, IPPF’s Director General. He introduced the day with IPPF’s response to the challenges and opportunities of sexual and reproductive health rights, encapsulated within Vision 2020 . Promising a closer working relationship ...
Commemorating its 60th Anniversary , IPPF amplified recent celebrations by publicy announcing the new action points underpinning all its future work. Named “ Vision 2020 ”, the 10 action points are a call to action, driving forward the sexual and ...
In its 60 anniversary year, IPPF is calling on governments of the world to prioritise sexual and reproductive health and rights if they are to have any chance of achieving sustainable development. The next few years will see the end ...
IPPF’s 60th Anniversary event is a chance for representatives from all of the organisation’s Member Associations to gather together, en masse, for the first time in decades. It’s like a family re-union. But whilst big celebrations are planned, the vast ...
To coincide with IPPF’s 60th Anniversary celebrations in South Africa, IPPF has just announced that it will be releasing the results of a major survey into young people’s attitudes to sex across four African countries. The quick-to-complete survey (specifically styled ...