We are pleased to share our 2012 successes in our new, interactive annual report.
Take the opportunity to spend a week on the road with health workers in rural Bolivia and follow Cinthia on her journey to improve the health of young people in Ecuador. Enjoy viewing videos, photos, and stories about the impact of our network in 2012! Thank you for supporting our work. We couldn’t have touched millions of lives without you.
Our Services Include:
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SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES FOR YOUTH
IPPF/WHR provides a full range of services—often at heavily subsidized prices—to young people (under the age of 25) in youth-friendly clinics where staff are trained to meet their needs.
FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES
Family planning services include counseling and consultations for the range of contraceptive methods, including oral contraceptives, injectables, condoms, and longer term methods such as intrauterine devices (IUDs) or implants.
HIV/AIDS & SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS SERVICES
These services include counseling, testing, treatment, and consultations for HIV/AIDS and the range of STIs. In 2012, nearly half of our HIV/AIDS- and STI-related services were provided to youth (under the age of 25).
CERVICAL & BREAST CANCER SERVICES
Cervical and breast cancer services include screening, counseling, consultations, and treatment.
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION SERVICES
Most of our Member Associations provide emergency contraception
and related counseling.
Abortion services are provided along a continuum of care within the legal framework of each country. Abortion counseling supports women in understanding their options when facing an unwanted pregnancy, while post-abortion counseling supports women in decision-making related to contraceptive use after a pregnancy has been terminated.
Violence can have multiple impacts on a woman’s sexual and reproductive health. Our violence-related services include screenings to detect whether women are experiencing violence within their relationships and referrals to ensure that women receive the care they need to address their circumstances.