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| 29 September 2020

Early & forced marriage in Nepal

Date: 15 November 2012 Early and forced marriage has terrible consequences for girls and young women. This film follows the story of Ashmita in Nepal, who is a survivor of child marriage and forced to give up her education at a very young age. In Nepal, the Civil Code of 1963 fixed the legal age for marriage of girls at 16 and made polygamy and child marriage illegal. However, early and forced marriage continues and the lack of implementing this law increases the vulnerability of girls from the poorest communities.

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| 29 September 2020

Early & forced marriage in Nepal

Date: 15 November 2012 Early and forced marriage has terrible consequences for girls and young women. This film follows the story of Ashmita in Nepal, who is a survivor of child marriage and forced to give up her education at a very young age. In Nepal, the Civil Code of 1963 fixed the legal age for marriage of girls at 16 and made polygamy and child marriage illegal. However, early and forced marriage continues and the lack of implementing this law increases the vulnerability of girls from the poorest communities.

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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  

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
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| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
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| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016
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| 16 January 2018

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016
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| 16 January 2018

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
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| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
Resource

| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.
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| 25 August 2017

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.

This political mapping exercise seeks to conduct a situational analysis and understand the policy and programmatic environment pertaining to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in nine countries of the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s (IPPF) South Asia region, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It also aims to identify and prioritize issues of advocacy for SRHR in each of these countries as well as at the regional level and suggest strategies for advocacy on these issues with the government, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSO) and other relevant stakeholders. 

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.
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| 25 August 2017

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.

This political mapping exercise seeks to conduct a situational analysis and understand the policy and programmatic environment pertaining to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in nine countries of the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s (IPPF) South Asia region, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It also aims to identify and prioritize issues of advocacy for SRHR in each of these countries as well as at the regional level and suggest strategies for advocacy on these issues with the government, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSO) and other relevant stakeholders. 

Resource

| 29 September 2020

Early & forced marriage in Nepal

Date: 15 November 2012 Early and forced marriage has terrible consequences for girls and young women. This film follows the story of Ashmita in Nepal, who is a survivor of child marriage and forced to give up her education at a very young age. In Nepal, the Civil Code of 1963 fixed the legal age for marriage of girls at 16 and made polygamy and child marriage illegal. However, early and forced marriage continues and the lack of implementing this law increases the vulnerability of girls from the poorest communities.

Resource

| 29 September 2020

Early & forced marriage in Nepal

Date: 15 November 2012 Early and forced marriage has terrible consequences for girls and young women. This film follows the story of Ashmita in Nepal, who is a survivor of child marriage and forced to give up her education at a very young age. In Nepal, the Civil Code of 1963 fixed the legal age for marriage of girls at 16 and made polygamy and child marriage illegal. However, early and forced marriage continues and the lack of implementing this law increases the vulnerability of girls from the poorest communities.

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  

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
Resource

| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
Resource

| 26 February 2018

Over Protected and Underserved - The Influence of Law on Young People's access to Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal

This report presents findings of a study exploring the influence of law on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health in Nepal. Whilst there is a wealth of global research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of sexual and reproductive health, much less is known about the influence of law on access to rights and services. This is despite the fact that every state around the world, without exception, has developed legislation that is in some manner designed to regulate, enable, restrict and control sexual and reproductive health, for different groups of people, and in different situations and circumstances.

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016
Resource

| 16 January 2018

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016
Resource

| 16 January 2018

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Annual Report of IPPF SARO for 2016

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
Resource

| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

Multi-Country Advocacy for SRHR in South Asia
Resource

| 01 November 2017

Accelerating Engagement of Champion

This report summarises highlights of the results achieved during the past three years, findings of the assessment of the project, lessons learnt, challenges faced and outline of what impact it leaves for future in terms of sustainability of these achievements. In responding to address the unmet need of family planning services in the region, IPPF SARO provided 22.8 million services in 2016. Nearly, 38 percent of these services were provided to young people. The project played an important role in demand generation through reaching to young people. Moreover, the values and learnings from the Champions Project were adopted globally in IPPF’s new strategic framework 2016-2022. This will allow IPPF to maintain the momentum, deepen further advocacy efforts through the champions and expanding engagement of support groups.

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.
Resource

| 25 August 2017

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.

This political mapping exercise seeks to conduct a situational analysis and understand the policy and programmatic environment pertaining to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in nine countries of the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s (IPPF) South Asia region, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It also aims to identify and prioritize issues of advocacy for SRHR in each of these countries as well as at the regional level and suggest strategies for advocacy on these issues with the government, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSO) and other relevant stakeholders. 

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.
Resource

| 25 August 2017

SRHR Situation Analysis in South Asia.

This political mapping exercise seeks to conduct a situational analysis and understand the policy and programmatic environment pertaining to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in nine countries of the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s (IPPF) South Asia region, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It also aims to identify and prioritize issues of advocacy for SRHR in each of these countries as well as at the regional level and suggest strategies for advocacy on these issues with the government, non-government organizations, civil society organizations (CSO) and other relevant stakeholders.