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| 14 May 2011

IPPF Membership Standards & Responsibilities

This document outlines the Federation’s essential standards and responsibilities of membership. IPPF expects all Member Associations who wish to be a part of the Federation to uphold and promote 10 principles of membership and to comply with the standards associated with each principle.    

Client, RHU
Resource

| 14 May 2011

IPPF Membership Standards & Responsibilities

This document outlines the Federation’s essential standards and responsibilities of membership. IPPF expects all Member Associations who wish to be a part of the Federation to uphold and promote 10 principles of membership and to comply with the standards associated with each principle.    

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| 10 May 2011

Five-Year Performance Report 2010

This report is a first of its kind and highlights the achievements of the initial 5 years of IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2005–2015. Based on an extensive midterm review, the report demonstrates how IPPF's unique global federal structure has changed in a short period of time, to ensure that the organization's ambitious framework is effectively implemented.

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| 10 May 2011

Five-Year Performance Report 2010

This report is a first of its kind and highlights the achievements of the initial 5 years of IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2005–2015. Based on an extensive midterm review, the report demonstrates how IPPF's unique global federal structure has changed in a short period of time, to ensure that the organization's ambitious framework is effectively implemented.

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| 29 June 2010

What Do I Do If... Ideas for young women living with HIV

What do I do if I am living with HIV and...Some ideas for young women living with HIV answers common questions asked by young women living with HIV emphasises the rights of people living with HIV to information, treatment, and respect links to further sources of information encourages young women to make positive choices and stand up for their rights recognises the diversity of young women’s experiences and desires "You have the right to choose whether or not to marry, have sex, and to freely express your sexual orientation and gender identity. Living with HIV should not limit the possibilities you have to love and be loved." Answers to questions raised by young women living with HIV, with practical rights-based information about dating and relationships; disclosing and HIV status; protecting a partner and safer sex; planning healthy pregnancy; preventing  pregnancy and safe abortion; and seeking support for rights violations and discrimination. Includes: some tips for sharing your HIV status with your partner(s) a checklist of ways to protect yourself from other STIs and your partner from HIV some tips for negotiating safe sex some tips to help you conceive safely some tips to help you have a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby tips on how to get help if you need it, including if your rights have been violated How to get help if your rights have been violated p.10

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| 29 June 2010

What Do I Do If... Ideas for young women living with HIV

What do I do if I am living with HIV and...Some ideas for young women living with HIV answers common questions asked by young women living with HIV emphasises the rights of people living with HIV to information, treatment, and respect links to further sources of information encourages young women to make positive choices and stand up for their rights recognises the diversity of young women’s experiences and desires "You have the right to choose whether or not to marry, have sex, and to freely express your sexual orientation and gender identity. Living with HIV should not limit the possibilities you have to love and be loved." Answers to questions raised by young women living with HIV, with practical rights-based information about dating and relationships; disclosing and HIV status; protecting a partner and safer sex; planning healthy pregnancy; preventing  pregnancy and safe abortion; and seeking support for rights violations and discrimination. Includes: some tips for sharing your HIV status with your partner(s) a checklist of ways to protect yourself from other STIs and your partner from HIV some tips for negotiating safe sex some tips to help you conceive safely some tips to help you have a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby tips on how to get help if you need it, including if your rights have been violated How to get help if your rights have been violated p.10

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| 02 January 2010

IPPF at a Glance 2008–09

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| 02 January 2010

IPPF at a Glance 2008–09

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| 15 March 2009

At a Glance 2009

IPPF's At a Glance series provides a snapshot of service delivery and achievements of the Federation's achievements in the past year.

cover page
Resource

| 15 March 2009

At a Glance 2009

IPPF's At a Glance series provides a snapshot of service delivery and achievements of the Federation's achievements in the past year.

Client, RHU
Resource

| 14 May 2011

IPPF Membership Standards & Responsibilities

This document outlines the Federation’s essential standards and responsibilities of membership. IPPF expects all Member Associations who wish to be a part of the Federation to uphold and promote 10 principles of membership and to comply with the standards associated with each principle.    

Client, RHU
Resource

| 14 May 2011

IPPF Membership Standards & Responsibilities

This document outlines the Federation’s essential standards and responsibilities of membership. IPPF expects all Member Associations who wish to be a part of the Federation to uphold and promote 10 principles of membership and to comply with the standards associated with each principle.    

cover page
Resource

| 10 May 2011

Five-Year Performance Report 2010

This report is a first of its kind and highlights the achievements of the initial 5 years of IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2005–2015. Based on an extensive midterm review, the report demonstrates how IPPF's unique global federal structure has changed in a short period of time, to ensure that the organization's ambitious framework is effectively implemented.

cover page
Resource

| 10 May 2011

Five-Year Performance Report 2010

This report is a first of its kind and highlights the achievements of the initial 5 years of IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2005–2015. Based on an extensive midterm review, the report demonstrates how IPPF's unique global federal structure has changed in a short period of time, to ensure that the organization's ambitious framework is effectively implemented.

cover page
Resource

| 29 June 2010

What Do I Do If... Ideas for young women living with HIV

What do I do if I am living with HIV and...Some ideas for young women living with HIV answers common questions asked by young women living with HIV emphasises the rights of people living with HIV to information, treatment, and respect links to further sources of information encourages young women to make positive choices and stand up for their rights recognises the diversity of young women’s experiences and desires "You have the right to choose whether or not to marry, have sex, and to freely express your sexual orientation and gender identity. Living with HIV should not limit the possibilities you have to love and be loved." Answers to questions raised by young women living with HIV, with practical rights-based information about dating and relationships; disclosing and HIV status; protecting a partner and safer sex; planning healthy pregnancy; preventing  pregnancy and safe abortion; and seeking support for rights violations and discrimination. Includes: some tips for sharing your HIV status with your partner(s) a checklist of ways to protect yourself from other STIs and your partner from HIV some tips for negotiating safe sex some tips to help you conceive safely some tips to help you have a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby tips on how to get help if you need it, including if your rights have been violated How to get help if your rights have been violated p.10

cover page
Resource

| 29 June 2010

What Do I Do If... Ideas for young women living with HIV

What do I do if I am living with HIV and...Some ideas for young women living with HIV answers common questions asked by young women living with HIV emphasises the rights of people living with HIV to information, treatment, and respect links to further sources of information encourages young women to make positive choices and stand up for their rights recognises the diversity of young women’s experiences and desires "You have the right to choose whether or not to marry, have sex, and to freely express your sexual orientation and gender identity. Living with HIV should not limit the possibilities you have to love and be loved." Answers to questions raised by young women living with HIV, with practical rights-based information about dating and relationships; disclosing and HIV status; protecting a partner and safer sex; planning healthy pregnancy; preventing  pregnancy and safe abortion; and seeking support for rights violations and discrimination. Includes: some tips for sharing your HIV status with your partner(s) a checklist of ways to protect yourself from other STIs and your partner from HIV some tips for negotiating safe sex some tips to help you conceive safely some tips to help you have a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby tips on how to get help if you need it, including if your rights have been violated How to get help if your rights have been violated p.10

cover page
Resource

| 02 January 2010

IPPF at a Glance 2008–09

cover page
Resource

| 02 January 2010

IPPF at a Glance 2008–09

cover page
Resource

| 15 March 2009

At a Glance 2009

IPPF's At a Glance series provides a snapshot of service delivery and achievements of the Federation's achievements in the past year.

cover page
Resource

| 15 March 2009

At a Glance 2009

IPPF's At a Glance series provides a snapshot of service delivery and achievements of the Federation's achievements in the past year.