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This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in the Philippines. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of ...
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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 ...
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Philippines is currently ranked third by a United Nations report in the list of countries most prone to disasters, with a long history of earthquakes, storms, floods, droughts and rising sea levels, leading to severe damage and loss of life. ...
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Annually 65 million people in the ESEAO Region are displaced due to conflicts and natural disasters. The worst hit are women and children, particularly from poorer, developing countries where the threats of climatic risks exacerbate the spread of the loss ...
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The Advocacy Manual is meant to provide relevant information and practical tools to develop and execute national advocacy strategies and plans on asserting SRHR in the broad framework of the SDGs. Specifically, the toolkit will help MAs and allied Civil ...
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Only twelve months ago, every government at the United Nations signed up to the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development. Now need to make sure that this translates into action on the ground, action at country level around the globe.
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Access to sexual and reproductive health services is a human right. In the midst of war or natural disaster it saves lives.
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Migrants are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Many are poor, unskilled, or uneducated. Many have no access to social services and other protection mechanisms compared to normal populations. Many have little or no means of livelihood.
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This short film examines the effects of criminalizing abortion in the region through the lens of women. Nearly half of all abortions worldwide are illegal and most illegal abortions are taking place in developing countries. Over 3 million unsafe abortions ...
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