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IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh Update 1
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| 27 September 2017

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh

Since August 2017, nearly 436,000 new Rohingya refugees have reached Bangladesh which already hosts more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees, and this number continues to increase daily with new arrivals. Humanitarian needs are considerable and growing rapidly Looking at the current situation, IPPF has reached out to more than hundreds of young women, girls, boys and men by providing timely lifesaving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services through medical camps. Support IPPF in this endeavor to provide critical services to Women and girls in Bangladesh  

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh Update 1
Resource

| 27 September 2017

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh

Since August 2017, nearly 436,000 new Rohingya refugees have reached Bangladesh which already hosts more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees, and this number continues to increase daily with new arrivals. Humanitarian needs are considerable and growing rapidly Looking at the current situation, IPPF has reached out to more than hundreds of young women, girls, boys and men by providing timely lifesaving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services through medical camps. Support IPPF in this endeavor to provide critical services to Women and girls in Bangladesh  

The SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations)
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| 06 January 2017

Sexual and reproductive health programme in crisis and post-crisis situations

Saving lives is the core of the SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations) The initiative was designed to address gaps in the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) an international standard of care for Reproductive Health which is a set of priority activities to be implemented at the onset of an emergency.  The SPRINT Initiative provides one of the most important aspects of humanitarian assistance that is often forgotten when disaster and conflicts strike. IPPF-SPRINT ensures access to essential lifesaving SRH services for women, men and children in times of crises, a time when services are most needed yet are not prioritised or recognised by key humanitarian responders, IPPF-SPRINT delivers practical solutions for girls and  women, trains humanitarian workers to deal with pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health and the aftermath of rape and violence.

The SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations)
Resource

| 06 January 2017

Sexual and reproductive health programme in crisis and post-crisis situations

Saving lives is the core of the SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations) The initiative was designed to address gaps in the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) an international standard of care for Reproductive Health which is a set of priority activities to be implemented at the onset of an emergency.  The SPRINT Initiative provides one of the most important aspects of humanitarian assistance that is often forgotten when disaster and conflicts strike. IPPF-SPRINT ensures access to essential lifesaving SRH services for women, men and children in times of crises, a time when services are most needed yet are not prioritised or recognised by key humanitarian responders, IPPF-SPRINT delivers practical solutions for girls and  women, trains humanitarian workers to deal with pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health and the aftermath of rape and violence.

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh Update 1
Resource

| 27 September 2017

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh

Since August 2017, nearly 436,000 new Rohingya refugees have reached Bangladesh which already hosts more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees, and this number continues to increase daily with new arrivals. Humanitarian needs are considerable and growing rapidly Looking at the current situation, IPPF has reached out to more than hundreds of young women, girls, boys and men by providing timely lifesaving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services through medical camps. Support IPPF in this endeavor to provide critical services to Women and girls in Bangladesh  

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh Update 1
Resource

| 27 September 2017

IPPF's Response to Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh

Since August 2017, nearly 436,000 new Rohingya refugees have reached Bangladesh which already hosts more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees, and this number continues to increase daily with new arrivals. Humanitarian needs are considerable and growing rapidly Looking at the current situation, IPPF has reached out to more than hundreds of young women, girls, boys and men by providing timely lifesaving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services through medical camps. Support IPPF in this endeavor to provide critical services to Women and girls in Bangladesh  

The SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations)
Resource

| 06 January 2017

Sexual and reproductive health programme in crisis and post-crisis situations

Saving lives is the core of the SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations) The initiative was designed to address gaps in the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) an international standard of care for Reproductive Health which is a set of priority activities to be implemented at the onset of an emergency.  The SPRINT Initiative provides one of the most important aspects of humanitarian assistance that is often forgotten when disaster and conflicts strike. IPPF-SPRINT ensures access to essential lifesaving SRH services for women, men and children in times of crises, a time when services are most needed yet are not prioritised or recognised by key humanitarian responders, IPPF-SPRINT delivers practical solutions for girls and  women, trains humanitarian workers to deal with pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health and the aftermath of rape and violence.

The SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations)
Resource

| 06 January 2017

Sexual and reproductive health programme in crisis and post-crisis situations

Saving lives is the core of the SPRINT Initiative (Sexual and reproductive health PRogramme IN crisis and post-crisis siTuations) The initiative was designed to address gaps in the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) an international standard of care for Reproductive Health which is a set of priority activities to be implemented at the onset of an emergency.  The SPRINT Initiative provides one of the most important aspects of humanitarian assistance that is often forgotten when disaster and conflicts strike. IPPF-SPRINT ensures access to essential lifesaving SRH services for women, men and children in times of crises, a time when services are most needed yet are not prioritised or recognised by key humanitarian responders, IPPF-SPRINT delivers practical solutions for girls and  women, trains humanitarian workers to deal with pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health and the aftermath of rape and violence.