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Youth in Indonesia are faced with challenges when it comes to accessing sexual reproductive health and rights. Particularly unmarried youth are marred with barriers and restrictions in accessing sexual and reproductive health services. Hence, IPPF ESEAOR commissioned a study in ...
A visionary partnership programme initiated by the Government of Japan (GOJ) to support IPPF Member Associations to deliver HIV and sexual and reproductive health services in Africa and Asia. Since its establishment, JTF has enabled IPPF to integrate HIV services ...
"My friend, who was living on the streets, knew of an IPPA outreach worker, so she asked for them to come and help me." One client, Tamara*, who uses drugs and was diagnosed with HIV in the 12th week of ...
The Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA) initiated Indonesia’s family planning movement in 1957 by setting up facilities to provide advice and services. It did so in the face of strong opposition from the government and religious leaders, but in the ...
This programme addresses critical challenges faced by young women around sexual health and sexuality. It has produced a range of advocacy, education and informational materials to support research, awareness-raising, advocacy and service delivery. Girls Decide is about the sexual and ...
The SPRINT Initiative provides one of the most important aspects of humanitarian assistance that is often forgotten when disaster and conflicts strike. Ensuring access to essential life-saving SRH services for women, men and children in times of crises, a time ...
In conjunction with contractors, the Japan Trust Fund (JTF) ensured that the safety and security of construction workers building the 2nd Thailand Laos Friendship Bridge became a 24-hour concern. On the Mekong river they say: “helmet for every site, condom ...
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Halimah was 17 when she made this film. This is the story of what happened when she first had unprotected sex: how she was ostracised by her family and thrown out of school, and how she felt that her future ...