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Quality healthcare is a key part of people’s right to health and dignity, yet access to high-quality care can be limited by legal, social and economic contexts. There is limited consensus on what domains constitute quality in abortion care and ...
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L’épidémie de la COVID-19 a provoqué la plus grande perturbation des systèmes éducatifs de l’histoire. Les fermetures d’écoles et d’autres espaces d’apprentissage ont eu un impact sur 94 % de la population étudiante mondiale, dont 99 % dans les pays ...
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Ce film divertissant et instructif explique les surprises que réserve la puberté aux jeunes filles. Les adolescentes découvriront par elles-mêmes ce qui va leur arriver durant ces années délicates et pourtant cruciales. Les parents et les éducateurs y trouveront aussi ...
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The COVID-19 outbreak created the largest disruption of education systems in history. Closures of schools and other learning spaces have impacted 94% of the world’s student population, of which 99% are in low and lower-middle-income countries1. UNESCO estimated in July ...
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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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James Tumusiime, Youth and Gender Coordinator at Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) - our Member Association in Uganda shares some information on SRHR issues that are affecting young people in Uganda.
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The Fred T. Sai Institute is one of Africa’s pioneer public health research institutes, championing research on population and sexual reproductive health in Africa. An initiative of IPPF Africa Region, the Institute seeks to generate evidence on effective health strategies ...
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The Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK): what young people want, what young people need’ programme targets young people (10-24 years) including underserved groups, with a specific focus on uptake of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services in the countries of ...