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In the wake of the devastation caused by Cyclone Winston, IPPF-SPRINT is responding to ensure that essential reproductive and sexual health services are provided to affected communities in Fiji. The Australian Government has committed 100,000 Australian dollars to IPPF-SPRINT to ...
IPPF Regional Director Nora Murat meets Pita Tagicakirewa, Acting High Commissioner of Fiji International relief effort in Fiji continues as SPRINT, IPPF’s humanitarian initiative, responds to women’s and girls’ special needs in the wake of TC Winston. The aftermath of ...
Malisa, a 12-year-old with hearing disability shares her encounter and story on how she escaped from being violated when she applied what she learnt from “ME Circle and the No, Go, Tell My Safety Network”. ME Circle teaches about boundaries, ...
Fiji’s newly elected parliamentarians have strengthened their role in oversighting Fiji’s programmes and commitments to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) within the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) at a workshop in Suva on Friday. Fiji Speaker, ...
World AIDS Day - a day to remember those lost to the disease and to remind us that the epidemic is not over. An estimate of 36.9 million people is living with HIV worldwide. This year, Reproductive and Family Health ...
The Reproductive and Family Health Association of Fiji (RFHAF) was inaugurated in June 1996. It has played a key role in shaping national family planning policy and in promoting sexual and reproductive health (SRH) education, particularly among young people and ...