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| 24 December 2020

Enabling Abortion Services During COVID-19

In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by SAR Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, IPPF SARO & CO team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance to the other MAs across the federation. 

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| 24 December 2020

Enabling Abortion Services During COVID-19

In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by SAR Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, IPPF SARO & CO team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance to the other MAs across the federation. 

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| 04 December 2020

Understanding abortion, a visual resource

This resource aims to fill a gap in communication, reducing literacy and language barriers around abortion messaging. It can be used with a range of different audiences, including people with learning disabilities, to support the audience in the process of making an informed and consensual decision. The purpose of this is to support community health workers, young people, and others advocating for an increase in knowledge and information on abortion and reducing stigma surrounding these issues. We hope the story told here can support and be a resource for those who require more information and may need to access safe abortion services. This resource can be used on its own or alongside other IPPF resources around abortion, such as the ‘How to talk about abortion: a guide to rights based messaging’ or ‘How to educate about abortion: A guide for peer educators, teachers and trainers’. In addition, IPPF have produced videos on ‘What is a surgical abortion’ and ‘What is a medical abortion’. Publication information / Acknowledgements This guide was published in November 2020. It was developed by the Packard Abortion Stigma project team at the IPPF Central Office in London and illustrated by Public Health Illustrator, Ian Kloster. The creation process of this guide incorporated valuable feedback and insights from trained health workers, disability rights advocates and reproductive rights activists. The creators gratefully acknowledge the following organizations and individuals who provided contributions and/or reviewed the guide: IPPF Secretariat team, Change-Advonet, 2+abortions Worlwide, IBIS, Lend A Voice Africa, Dr. Gisela Berger, Sherlina Nageer and David Towell. IPPF gratefully acknowledges the support of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in developing and disseminating this guide.

tara goes to clinic
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| 04 December 2020

Understanding abortion, a visual resource

This resource aims to fill a gap in communication, reducing literacy and language barriers around abortion messaging. It can be used with a range of different audiences, including people with learning disabilities, to support the audience in the process of making an informed and consensual decision. The purpose of this is to support community health workers, young people, and others advocating for an increase in knowledge and information on abortion and reducing stigma surrounding these issues. We hope the story told here can support and be a resource for those who require more information and may need to access safe abortion services. This resource can be used on its own or alongside other IPPF resources around abortion, such as the ‘How to talk about abortion: a guide to rights based messaging’ or ‘How to educate about abortion: A guide for peer educators, teachers and trainers’. In addition, IPPF have produced videos on ‘What is a surgical abortion’ and ‘What is a medical abortion’. Publication information / Acknowledgements This guide was published in November 2020. It was developed by the Packard Abortion Stigma project team at the IPPF Central Office in London and illustrated by Public Health Illustrator, Ian Kloster. The creation process of this guide incorporated valuable feedback and insights from trained health workers, disability rights advocates and reproductive rights activists. The creators gratefully acknowledge the following organizations and individuals who provided contributions and/or reviewed the guide: IPPF Secretariat team, Change-Advonet, 2+abortions Worlwide, IBIS, Lend A Voice Africa, Dr. Gisela Berger, Sherlina Nageer and David Towell. IPPF gratefully acknowledges the support of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in developing and disseminating this guide.

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| 29 September 2020

Nepal Government approves home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19

Big Victory: Nepal Government approved home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19  IPPF welcomes the decision of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Nepal to endorse and approve the final MNCH guidelines that allow home-based Medical abortion through outreach model and telemedicine. This is a life-saving decision for many women and girls in need of service but facing the mobility and accessibility-related barriers owing to COVID19.  Many congratulations to Family Planning Association of Nepal  and partner CSOs part of the Large Anonymous Donors (LAD) consortium for their contributions and partnership with Family Welfare Division, Nepal. Read more about abortion services during COVID-19: South Asia experiences https://www.ippfsar.org/resource/enabling-abortion-services-during-covid-19  

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| 29 September 2020

Nepal Government approves home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19

Big Victory: Nepal Government approved home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19  IPPF welcomes the decision of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Nepal to endorse and approve the final MNCH guidelines that allow home-based Medical abortion through outreach model and telemedicine. This is a life-saving decision for many women and girls in need of service but facing the mobility and accessibility-related barriers owing to COVID19.  Many congratulations to Family Planning Association of Nepal  and partner CSOs part of the Large Anonymous Donors (LAD) consortium for their contributions and partnership with Family Welfare Division, Nepal. Read more about abortion services during COVID-19: South Asia experiences https://www.ippfsar.org/resource/enabling-abortion-services-during-covid-19  

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| 29 June 2020

Enabling abortion services during Covid-19 in South Asia: Experiences from India and Pakistan

The unfolding COVID-19 crisis has restricted access to contraception and safe abortion services, with the poorest and most marginalised women and girls being the worst affected. It is important that women continue to have access to safe abortion services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether they can access them safely and with dignity depends upon every one of us to rise to the challenge to provide them. During this challenging time, IPPF Member Associations are responding and adapting to this evolving situation and are committed to delivering the services to the women. In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, interviews were conducted with two MAs from South Asia – Family planning association of India (FPAI) & Rahnuma -Family Planning Association of Pakistan (R-FPAP), on range of topics including Telemedicine, Abortion consultations and Post abortion contraceptive. IPPF team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance for those working on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. 

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| 29 June 2020

Enabling abortion services during Covid-19 in South Asia: Experiences from India and Pakistan

The unfolding COVID-19 crisis has restricted access to contraception and safe abortion services, with the poorest and most marginalised women and girls being the worst affected. It is important that women continue to have access to safe abortion services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether they can access them safely and with dignity depends upon every one of us to rise to the challenge to provide them. During this challenging time, IPPF Member Associations are responding and adapting to this evolving situation and are committed to delivering the services to the women. In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, interviews were conducted with two MAs from South Asia – Family planning association of India (FPAI) & Rahnuma -Family Planning Association of Pakistan (R-FPAP), on range of topics including Telemedicine, Abortion consultations and Post abortion contraceptive. IPPF team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance for those working on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. 

Resource

| 24 December 2020

Enabling Abortion Services During COVID-19

In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by SAR Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, IPPF SARO & CO team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance to the other MAs across the federation. 

Resource

| 24 December 2020

Enabling Abortion Services During COVID-19

In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by SAR Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, IPPF SARO & CO team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance to the other MAs across the federation. 

tara goes to clinic
Resource

| 04 December 2020

Understanding abortion, a visual resource

This resource aims to fill a gap in communication, reducing literacy and language barriers around abortion messaging. It can be used with a range of different audiences, including people with learning disabilities, to support the audience in the process of making an informed and consensual decision. The purpose of this is to support community health workers, young people, and others advocating for an increase in knowledge and information on abortion and reducing stigma surrounding these issues. We hope the story told here can support and be a resource for those who require more information and may need to access safe abortion services. This resource can be used on its own or alongside other IPPF resources around abortion, such as the ‘How to talk about abortion: a guide to rights based messaging’ or ‘How to educate about abortion: A guide for peer educators, teachers and trainers’. In addition, IPPF have produced videos on ‘What is a surgical abortion’ and ‘What is a medical abortion’. Publication information / Acknowledgements This guide was published in November 2020. It was developed by the Packard Abortion Stigma project team at the IPPF Central Office in London and illustrated by Public Health Illustrator, Ian Kloster. The creation process of this guide incorporated valuable feedback and insights from trained health workers, disability rights advocates and reproductive rights activists. The creators gratefully acknowledge the following organizations and individuals who provided contributions and/or reviewed the guide: IPPF Secretariat team, Change-Advonet, 2+abortions Worlwide, IBIS, Lend A Voice Africa, Dr. Gisela Berger, Sherlina Nageer and David Towell. IPPF gratefully acknowledges the support of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in developing and disseminating this guide.

tara goes to clinic
Resource

| 04 December 2020

Understanding abortion, a visual resource

This resource aims to fill a gap in communication, reducing literacy and language barriers around abortion messaging. It can be used with a range of different audiences, including people with learning disabilities, to support the audience in the process of making an informed and consensual decision. The purpose of this is to support community health workers, young people, and others advocating for an increase in knowledge and information on abortion and reducing stigma surrounding these issues. We hope the story told here can support and be a resource for those who require more information and may need to access safe abortion services. This resource can be used on its own or alongside other IPPF resources around abortion, such as the ‘How to talk about abortion: a guide to rights based messaging’ or ‘How to educate about abortion: A guide for peer educators, teachers and trainers’. In addition, IPPF have produced videos on ‘What is a surgical abortion’ and ‘What is a medical abortion’. Publication information / Acknowledgements This guide was published in November 2020. It was developed by the Packard Abortion Stigma project team at the IPPF Central Office in London and illustrated by Public Health Illustrator, Ian Kloster. The creation process of this guide incorporated valuable feedback and insights from trained health workers, disability rights advocates and reproductive rights activists. The creators gratefully acknowledge the following organizations and individuals who provided contributions and/or reviewed the guide: IPPF Secretariat team, Change-Advonet, 2+abortions Worlwide, IBIS, Lend A Voice Africa, Dr. Gisela Berger, Sherlina Nageer and David Towell. IPPF gratefully acknowledges the support of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in developing and disseminating this guide.

Resource

| 29 September 2020

Nepal Government approves home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19

Big Victory: Nepal Government approved home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19  IPPF welcomes the decision of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Nepal to endorse and approve the final MNCH guidelines that allow home-based Medical abortion through outreach model and telemedicine. This is a life-saving decision for many women and girls in need of service but facing the mobility and accessibility-related barriers owing to COVID19.  Many congratulations to Family Planning Association of Nepal  and partner CSOs part of the Large Anonymous Donors (LAD) consortium for their contributions and partnership with Family Welfare Division, Nepal. Read more about abortion services during COVID-19: South Asia experiences https://www.ippfsar.org/resource/enabling-abortion-services-during-covid-19  

Resource

| 29 September 2020

Nepal Government approves home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19

Big Victory: Nepal Government approved home use of medical abortion services though certified providers ensuring access to safe abortion services during COVID-19  IPPF welcomes the decision of the Ministry of Health (MoH), Nepal to endorse and approve the final MNCH guidelines that allow home-based Medical abortion through outreach model and telemedicine. This is a life-saving decision for many women and girls in need of service but facing the mobility and accessibility-related barriers owing to COVID19.  Many congratulations to Family Planning Association of Nepal  and partner CSOs part of the Large Anonymous Donors (LAD) consortium for their contributions and partnership with Family Welfare Division, Nepal. Read more about abortion services during COVID-19: South Asia experiences https://www.ippfsar.org/resource/enabling-abortion-services-during-covid-19  

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| 29 June 2020

Enabling abortion services during Covid-19 in South Asia: Experiences from India and Pakistan

The unfolding COVID-19 crisis has restricted access to contraception and safe abortion services, with the poorest and most marginalised women and girls being the worst affected. It is important that women continue to have access to safe abortion services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether they can access them safely and with dignity depends upon every one of us to rise to the challenge to provide them. During this challenging time, IPPF Member Associations are responding and adapting to this evolving situation and are committed to delivering the services to the women. In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, interviews were conducted with two MAs from South Asia – Family planning association of India (FPAI) & Rahnuma -Family Planning Association of Pakistan (R-FPAP), on range of topics including Telemedicine, Abortion consultations and Post abortion contraceptive. IPPF team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance for those working on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. 

Resource

| 29 June 2020

Enabling abortion services during Covid-19 in South Asia: Experiences from India and Pakistan

The unfolding COVID-19 crisis has restricted access to contraception and safe abortion services, with the poorest and most marginalised women and girls being the worst affected. It is important that women continue to have access to safe abortion services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether they can access them safely and with dignity depends upon every one of us to rise to the challenge to provide them. During this challenging time, IPPF Member Associations are responding and adapting to this evolving situation and are committed to delivering the services to the women. In order to capture the innovative approaches implemented by Member Associations (MAs) for safe abortion services amid COVID19, interviews were conducted with two MAs from South Asia – Family planning association of India (FPAI) & Rahnuma -Family Planning Association of Pakistan (R-FPAP), on range of topics including Telemedicine, Abortion consultations and Post abortion contraceptive. IPPF team have collated questions and answers (Q&As) which can serve as a practical guidance for those working on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.