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At the London Family Planning (FP) Summit 2012, the government of Zambia committed to achieve the following by 2020 (known as the FP2020 commitments): • INCREASE the contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) for modern FP from 32.7% to 58% • DOUBLE ...
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Conflict and instability are part of life for many Palestinians, and over 29% of them live in poverty. As a result, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are not prioritized. The Palestine Family Planning and Protection Association (PFPPA) have ...
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In some areas of Pakistan, girls and women are vulnerable to harmful traditional practices, like swara (now illegal, a form of reconciliation where a girl or woman is given in marriage to settle a dispute) and early marriage, and many ...
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Since 2008, the government of Macedonia has invested millions in an anti-abortion campaign. In 2013, this culminated in a new law restricting women’s access to abortion. The Macedonian IPPF Member Association (XEPA) led civil society advocacy to demand the restoration ...
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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 ...
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Nearly half of Fijians are young people, and the lack of programmes for young people on sexual and reproductive health and rights is contributing to poverty and inequality. For nearly fifteen years, the Reproductive and Family Health Association of Fiji ...