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The COVID-19 pandemic put tremendous pressure on the healthcare sector, with governments diverting their resources to COVID-19 prevention and treatment measures. It severely affected routine service delivery in health facilities, with some essential services, such as sexual reproductive healthcare not ...
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Le présent film met en lumière l'intervention du projet She Decides au Mali, une initiative de deux ans (2018-2020) qui a opéré dans des zones isolées touchées par l'insécurité et une crise humanitaire enracinée pour fournir des services essentiels de ...
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This film highlights the intervention of The She Decides project in Mali, a two-year initiative (2018-2020) that operated in isolated areas affected by insecurity and entrenched humanitarian crisis to provide essential Sexual and Reproductive Health (SHR) services to the most ...
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The current film highlights the intervention of the She Decides project in Mali, a two-year initiative (2018-2020) that operated in isolated areas affected by insecurity and entrenched humanitarian crisis to provide essential Sexual and Reproductive Health (SHR) services to the ...
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Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region.
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Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, women globally face compounded barriers to accessing safe abortion care. The de-prioritization of sexual and reproductive health services including abortion care, overwhelmed health systems, restrictions on movement and fear of visiting health facilities have all created ...
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In a bid to complement the government’s efforts to raise awareness about COVID-19, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) has created a short video that communicates the importance of undertaking preventive measures to stop the spread of the disease. The ...
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The COVID-19 pandemic — like all crises — will have a distinct impact on women and girls that is both immediate and that poses the risk of exacerbating pre-existing gender and other intersecting inequalities. Women and girls, particularly those who ...