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IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2016-2022 commits the organisation to lead a locally-owned globally connected movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. Dignity Kits provide essential personal items for women in emergency ...
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Date: 15 November 2012 Young girls In India are pushed by their families enduring economic hardships to marry at a young age. India has the largest number of brides in the world – one-third of the global total. Early and ...
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Date: 15 November 2012 Early and forced marriage has terrible consequences for girls and young women. This film follows the story of Ashmita in Nepal, who is a survivor of child marriage and forced to give up her education at ...
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Nepal suffered some of the world's strictest abortion laws until it was finally legalized in 2002. But yet, many women and girls in rural and hard to reach places still could not gain access to clinics providing abortion care. Since ...
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India is home to 20 female-only prisons, that have the capacity to hold just 5,000 inmates. Women currently make up 4% of India's prison population. Before they reach prison, many women have already experienced sexual and gender-based violence. Many inmates ...
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IPPF South Asia Region implemented a program advocating for the integration of SRH and HIV in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at policy, system and service delivery level through its Member Associations in the respective ...
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In Bangladesh more than 60% of young women are married before they turn 18. This film follows Nipa, who was forced into marriage as a schoolgirl. Why? She brought shame on her family by talking to a boy.
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This is the story of Bhakti who, after discovering she was pregnant decided to have an abortion, just like millions of other women around the world. Bhakti, who lives in India, shares her experience of why she decided to have ...