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| 24 December 2020

ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Commitment Analysis Report: Asia & Pacific Analysis

2020 marked a year on from the Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. Last year’s summit brought together governments, civil society, academia, the private sector, faith-based organizations, international financial institutions, grassroots organizations and other partners interested in the pursuit of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In order to contribute to the implementation and accountability of this at the national level, this year we published ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Report: A Roadmap for Fulfilling the Promise in multiple languages – download the complete report or a summary to learn more.  

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| 24 December 2020

ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Commitment Analysis Report: Asia & Pacific Analysis

2020 marked a year on from the Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. Last year’s summit brought together governments, civil society, academia, the private sector, faith-based organizations, international financial institutions, grassroots organizations and other partners interested in the pursuit of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In order to contribute to the implementation and accountability of this at the national level, this year we published ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Report: A Roadmap for Fulfilling the Promise in multiple languages – download the complete report or a summary to learn more.  

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| 29 September 2020

Early and forced marriage in India: Story of Khushbo

Date: 15 November 2012 Young girls In India are pushed by their families enduring economic hardships to marry at a young age. India has the largest number of brides in the world – one-third of the global total. Early and forced marriage leads girls to have children earlier and more children over their lifetime, increasing economic burden on the household. This film follows Khushbo, a survivor of early and forced marriage. Though illegal in India, the practice still continues. The effects are crippling for the victims, who are not emotionally or physically ready for marriage or children. Without adequate execution of the laws, the government fails to protect the most vulnerable and poorest girls.

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| 29 September 2020

Early and forced marriage in India: Story of Khushbo

Date: 15 November 2012 Young girls In India are pushed by their families enduring economic hardships to marry at a young age. India has the largest number of brides in the world – one-third of the global total. Early and forced marriage leads girls to have children earlier and more children over their lifetime, increasing economic burden on the household. This film follows Khushbo, a survivor of early and forced marriage. Though illegal in India, the practice still continues. The effects are crippling for the victims, who are not emotionally or physically ready for marriage or children. Without adequate execution of the laws, the government fails to protect the most vulnerable and poorest girls.

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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

FPAI provides training and healthcare to female inmates in India

India is home to 20 female-only prisons, that have the capacity to hold just 5,000 inmates. Women currently make up 4% of India's prison population. Before they reach prison, many women have already experienced sexual and gender-based violence. Many inmates face discrimination and are often ostracized from their community and their families once they are released. Realizing a gap in care for women once released, IPPF's Member Association The Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) have stepped in to ensure women are equipped with not only healthcare whilst in prison but life training skills. Skills that will financially support them and their children with or without the support of their families. Established in 1949, the Family Planning Association of India has provided life skills training ranging from beauty parlor related work to car mechanics to 768 women in six locations.

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| 29 September 2020

FPAI provides training and healthcare to female inmates in India

India is home to 20 female-only prisons, that have the capacity to hold just 5,000 inmates. Women currently make up 4% of India's prison population. Before they reach prison, many women have already experienced sexual and gender-based violence. Many inmates face discrimination and are often ostracized from their community and their families once they are released. Realizing a gap in care for women once released, IPPF's Member Association The Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) have stepped in to ensure women are equipped with not only healthcare whilst in prison but life training skills. Skills that will financially support them and their children with or without the support of their families. Established in 1949, the Family Planning Association of India has provided life skills training ranging from beauty parlor related work to car mechanics to 768 women in six locations.

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| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

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| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

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| 24 December 2020

ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Commitment Analysis Report: Asia & Pacific Analysis

2020 marked a year on from the Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. Last year’s summit brought together governments, civil society, academia, the private sector, faith-based organizations, international financial institutions, grassroots organizations and other partners interested in the pursuit of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In order to contribute to the implementation and accountability of this at the national level, this year we published ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Report: A Roadmap for Fulfilling the Promise in multiple languages – download the complete report or a summary to learn more.  

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| 24 December 2020

ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Commitment Analysis Report: Asia & Pacific Analysis

2020 marked a year on from the Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. Last year’s summit brought together governments, civil society, academia, the private sector, faith-based organizations, international financial institutions, grassroots organizations and other partners interested in the pursuit of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In order to contribute to the implementation and accountability of this at the national level, this year we published ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit Report: A Roadmap for Fulfilling the Promise in multiple languages – download the complete report or a summary to learn more.  

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| 29 September 2020

Early and forced marriage in India: Story of Khushbo

Date: 15 November 2012 Young girls In India are pushed by their families enduring economic hardships to marry at a young age. India has the largest number of brides in the world – one-third of the global total. Early and forced marriage leads girls to have children earlier and more children over their lifetime, increasing economic burden on the household. This film follows Khushbo, a survivor of early and forced marriage. Though illegal in India, the practice still continues. The effects are crippling for the victims, who are not emotionally or physically ready for marriage or children. Without adequate execution of the laws, the government fails to protect the most vulnerable and poorest girls.

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| 29 September 2020

Early and forced marriage in India: Story of Khushbo

Date: 15 November 2012 Young girls In India are pushed by their families enduring economic hardships to marry at a young age. India has the largest number of brides in the world – one-third of the global total. Early and forced marriage leads girls to have children earlier and more children over their lifetime, increasing economic burden on the household. This film follows Khushbo, a survivor of early and forced marriage. Though illegal in India, the practice still continues. The effects are crippling for the victims, who are not emotionally or physically ready for marriage or children. Without adequate execution of the laws, the government fails to protect the most vulnerable and poorest girls.

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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

FPAI provides training and healthcare to female inmates in India

India is home to 20 female-only prisons, that have the capacity to hold just 5,000 inmates. Women currently make up 4% of India's prison population. Before they reach prison, many women have already experienced sexual and gender-based violence. Many inmates face discrimination and are often ostracized from their community and their families once they are released. Realizing a gap in care for women once released, IPPF's Member Association The Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) have stepped in to ensure women are equipped with not only healthcare whilst in prison but life training skills. Skills that will financially support them and their children with or without the support of their families. Established in 1949, the Family Planning Association of India has provided life skills training ranging from beauty parlor related work to car mechanics to 768 women in six locations.

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| 29 September 2020

FPAI provides training and healthcare to female inmates in India

India is home to 20 female-only prisons, that have the capacity to hold just 5,000 inmates. Women currently make up 4% of India's prison population. Before they reach prison, many women have already experienced sexual and gender-based violence. Many inmates face discrimination and are often ostracized from their community and their families once they are released. Realizing a gap in care for women once released, IPPF's Member Association The Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) have stepped in to ensure women are equipped with not only healthcare whilst in prison but life training skills. Skills that will financially support them and their children with or without the support of their families. Established in 1949, the Family Planning Association of India has provided life skills training ranging from beauty parlor related work to car mechanics to 768 women in six locations.

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| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.

Resource

| 07 May 2018

Building National Resilience for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Learning from Current Experiences

In disasters, women face increased health and protection risks, resulting in the critical need for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Since 1997, the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) has been the standard of care for SRH in humanitarian settings. A multisectoral and multidisciplinary health emergency and disaster risk management system further protects public health and reduces morbidity, mortality, and disability associated with emergencies. Thus, In 2015, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) collected examples of efforts to integrate SRH within emergency and disaster risk management for health (EDRMH), exploring achievements, challenges, and reflections, in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, Macedonia, and Pakistan.   Learning regarding SRH inclusion within disaster risk management systems remains nascent. However, these case studies offer early learning that can inform work on this topic moving forward.