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Aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Gita in Tonga
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| 23 May 2018

Watch: Aftermath of Cyclone Gita

In February 2018, Tropical Cyclone Gita hit Tonga – the strongest storm in 60 years. Humanitarian disasters mean an increased risk of STI/HIV transmissions and gender-based violence. The consequences can be truly dire.  That's why in crises like this one, IPPF Humanitarian aims to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare through local partners.

Aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Gita in Tonga
Resource

| 23 May 2018

Watch: Aftermath of Cyclone Gita

In February 2018, Tropical Cyclone Gita hit Tonga – the strongest storm in 60 years. Humanitarian disasters mean an increased risk of STI/HIV transmissions and gender-based violence. The consequences can be truly dire.  That's why in crises like this one, IPPF Humanitarian aims to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare through local partners.

Katherine Mafi, TFHA at Eua Hospital
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| 24 April 2018

Humanitarian disaster in Tonga brings opportunity through access to healthcare

Following the devastation wrecked by Tropical Cyclone Gita on the island of Kingdon of Tonga, the Tonga Family Health Association deployed an emergency response team. The team was able to bring vital sexual and reproductive health care to local communities. By taking services to the people, the team has been able to expand the types of care that many women would not readily access including pap smears and the opportunity to raise awareness around gender-based violence.   Combining service delivery, as well as information, is part of our tailored approach to humanitarian crises; ensuring we meet need, wherever it is, whoever requires it, for as long as they want it.  Photography © IPPF/Alana Holmberg

Katherine Mafi, TFHA at Eua Hospital
Resource

| 24 April 2018

Humanitarian disaster in Tonga brings opportunity through access to healthcare

Following the devastation wrecked by Tropical Cyclone Gita on the island of Kingdon of Tonga, the Tonga Family Health Association deployed an emergency response team. The team was able to bring vital sexual and reproductive health care to local communities. By taking services to the people, the team has been able to expand the types of care that many women would not readily access including pap smears and the opportunity to raise awareness around gender-based violence.   Combining service delivery, as well as information, is part of our tailored approach to humanitarian crises; ensuring we meet need, wherever it is, whoever requires it, for as long as they want it.  Photography © IPPF/Alana Holmberg

Aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Gita in Tonga
Resource

| 23 May 2018

Watch: Aftermath of Cyclone Gita

In February 2018, Tropical Cyclone Gita hit Tonga – the strongest storm in 60 years. Humanitarian disasters mean an increased risk of STI/HIV transmissions and gender-based violence. The consequences can be truly dire.  That's why in crises like this one, IPPF Humanitarian aims to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare through local partners.

Aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Gita in Tonga
Resource

| 23 May 2018

Watch: Aftermath of Cyclone Gita

In February 2018, Tropical Cyclone Gita hit Tonga – the strongest storm in 60 years. Humanitarian disasters mean an increased risk of STI/HIV transmissions and gender-based violence. The consequences can be truly dire.  That's why in crises like this one, IPPF Humanitarian aims to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare through local partners.

Katherine Mafi, TFHA at Eua Hospital
Resource

| 24 April 2018

Humanitarian disaster in Tonga brings opportunity through access to healthcare

Following the devastation wrecked by Tropical Cyclone Gita on the island of Kingdon of Tonga, the Tonga Family Health Association deployed an emergency response team. The team was able to bring vital sexual and reproductive health care to local communities. By taking services to the people, the team has been able to expand the types of care that many women would not readily access including pap smears and the opportunity to raise awareness around gender-based violence.   Combining service delivery, as well as information, is part of our tailored approach to humanitarian crises; ensuring we meet need, wherever it is, whoever requires it, for as long as they want it.  Photography © IPPF/Alana Holmberg

Katherine Mafi, TFHA at Eua Hospital
Resource

| 24 April 2018

Humanitarian disaster in Tonga brings opportunity through access to healthcare

Following the devastation wrecked by Tropical Cyclone Gita on the island of Kingdon of Tonga, the Tonga Family Health Association deployed an emergency response team. The team was able to bring vital sexual and reproductive health care to local communities. By taking services to the people, the team has been able to expand the types of care that many women would not readily access including pap smears and the opportunity to raise awareness around gender-based violence.   Combining service delivery, as well as information, is part of our tailored approach to humanitarian crises; ensuring we meet need, wherever it is, whoever requires it, for as long as they want it.  Photography © IPPF/Alana Holmberg