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The SAFE II project, a European Commission funded project to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people in Europe. The project was led by the IPPF EN Regional Office in close collaboration with 14 Member Associations ...
A UN Study from 2006 suggests that 90% of people with intellectual impairments will experience sexual abuse at some point in their life, most frequently from family members or others in their close environment. Empowering young people who have a ...
The move toward market economies in the countries of the Former Soviet Union has had a negative impact on women’s health. Many countries have experimented with major health sector reforms, decentralizing and privatizing health care, increasing user fees and adding ...
The Innovation Fund is an IPPF funded programme that stimulates Member Associations to be creative and to think out of the box. The Member Associations in the Europe region have been quite successful in their applications, mostly focussing on advocacy. ...
Around the world, girls aged 10 to 19 account for 23% of all disease associated with pregnancy and childbirth. While an estimated 2.5 million have unsafe abortions every year. Worldwide, young women account for 60% of the 5.5 million young ...
Worldwide young people are denied their sexual and reproductive rights and the opportunity to make informed choices about their sexuality. This makes them vulnerable to unplanned pregnancies, STIs and HIV which will alter their future making it impossible for them ...