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MoU: TAYAHR advocate for Family Planning & Sexual Reproductive Health Rights in Tanzania

The Tanzania Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health Coalition  founding members bring youth together to advocate for Family Planning & Sexual Reproductive Health Rights in Tanzania. 75 more words

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Africa Health Agenda International Conference: My Aha... I see Moments!

4th March 2017 saw me board a flight to Nairobi for an experience that turned out to be very insightful, engaging, informative and fun. I had always wanted to visit this beautiful capital of Kenya for I had heard a lot of great stories about it especially from the Daily Nation Newspaper. 752 more words

Blogger Series #9: Health Over Stigma

Continuing our Blogger Series as a part of our Health Over Stigma campaign unmarried women from all around India are sharing their stories/experiences related to the stigma we face in regards to our body, sexual health & desires.  248 more words

Link Up: Positive health, positive change

Link Up (2013-2016) was a pioneering project that improved the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of almost 940,000 young people who are most affected by HIV in Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar and Uganda. 538 more words

FEMALE MIGRANT WORKERS AND THEIR SRHR

A rapid globalization in the world has a permanent facet in migration and population mobility, Nepal is no exception. Economic migration or migration for employment has dominated the movement of people in Nepal. 631 more words

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GBV from an Advocate: FGM and Forced Marriage

I work for the AHA Foundation, a leading organization working to end honor violence that shames, hurts, or kills thousands of women and girls in the US each year, and puts millions more at risk. 707 more words

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Anti-Abortion Legislation: A Failure to Protect a Woman’s Right to Health

The restriction of safe access to abortion procedures has consistently been proven to have a detrimental impact on women’s health and is therefore considered by many as a violation of a woman’s right to health. 1,285 more words

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