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| 12 March 2021

A Super Cyclone & Pandemic: IPPF response in India

For the cyclone Amphan emergency response, Family Planning Association of India provided SRH services to communities affected in urban slums of Kolkata including the slum pockets such as Madartala, Jhilmil Basti, Brace bridge and Santoshpur, which are slum pockets of Maheshtala Municipality. The program implementation team received approval from local municipal body to organize health camps in the area and organised with local community clubs to use their space. Beneficiaries were provided medicines, contraceptives supply and kits. Along with SRH services, screening for fever was done using IR thermometers and social distancing was maintained through managing beneficiary flow with the support from Link workers. Check out the blog https://www.ippfsar.org/blogs/cyclone-amphan-supporting-medical-needs-communities-india for further details.   

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| 12 March 2021

A Super Cyclone & Pandemic: IPPF response in India

For the cyclone Amphan emergency response, Family Planning Association of India provided SRH services to communities affected in urban slums of Kolkata including the slum pockets such as Madartala, Jhilmil Basti, Brace bridge and Santoshpur, which are slum pockets of Maheshtala Municipality. The program implementation team received approval from local municipal body to organize health camps in the area and organised with local community clubs to use their space. Beneficiaries were provided medicines, contraceptives supply and kits. Along with SRH services, screening for fever was done using IR thermometers and social distancing was maintained through managing beneficiary flow with the support from Link workers. Check out the blog https://www.ippfsar.org/blogs/cyclone-amphan-supporting-medical-needs-communities-india for further details.   

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| 11 December 2020

Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

This document provides a "cheat sheet" from which professionals and those working in the field can quickly reference and recall the objectives and actions included in the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health. It is currently available in English and Hindi on IPPF Website and in French, Portuguese and Spanish on Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) | Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (iawg.net)   

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| 11 December 2020

Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

This document provides a "cheat sheet" from which professionals and those working in the field can quickly reference and recall the objectives and actions included in the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health. It is currently available in English and Hindi on IPPF Website and in French, Portuguese and Spanish on Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) | Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (iawg.net)   

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| 29 September 2020

What does IPPF Humanitarian dignity kit include?

IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2016-2022 commits the organisation to lead a locally-owned globally connected movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. Dignity Kits provide essential personal items for women in emergency situations and items are customized for women in different regions.

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| 29 September 2020

What does IPPF Humanitarian dignity kit include?

IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2016-2022 commits the organisation to lead a locally-owned globally connected movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. Dignity Kits provide essential personal items for women in emergency situations and items are customized for women in different regions.

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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. 

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT
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| 22 January 2019

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT
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| 22 January 2019

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT

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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.

woman in water
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| 12 March 2021

A Super Cyclone & Pandemic: IPPF response in India

For the cyclone Amphan emergency response, Family Planning Association of India provided SRH services to communities affected in urban slums of Kolkata including the slum pockets such as Madartala, Jhilmil Basti, Brace bridge and Santoshpur, which are slum pockets of Maheshtala Municipality. The program implementation team received approval from local municipal body to organize health camps in the area and organised with local community clubs to use their space. Beneficiaries were provided medicines, contraceptives supply and kits. Along with SRH services, screening for fever was done using IR thermometers and social distancing was maintained through managing beneficiary flow with the support from Link workers. Check out the blog https://www.ippfsar.org/blogs/cyclone-amphan-supporting-medical-needs-communities-india for further details.   

woman in water
Resource

| 12 March 2021

A Super Cyclone & Pandemic: IPPF response in India

For the cyclone Amphan emergency response, Family Planning Association of India provided SRH services to communities affected in urban slums of Kolkata including the slum pockets such as Madartala, Jhilmil Basti, Brace bridge and Santoshpur, which are slum pockets of Maheshtala Municipality. The program implementation team received approval from local municipal body to organize health camps in the area and organised with local community clubs to use their space. Beneficiaries were provided medicines, contraceptives supply and kits. Along with SRH services, screening for fever was done using IR thermometers and social distancing was maintained through managing beneficiary flow with the support from Link workers. Check out the blog https://www.ippfsar.org/blogs/cyclone-amphan-supporting-medical-needs-communities-india for further details.   

nepal floods image
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| 11 December 2020

Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

This document provides a "cheat sheet" from which professionals and those working in the field can quickly reference and recall the objectives and actions included in the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health. It is currently available in English and Hindi on IPPF Website and in French, Portuguese and Spanish on Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) | Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (iawg.net)   

nepal floods image
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| 11 December 2020

Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

This document provides a "cheat sheet" from which professionals and those working in the field can quickly reference and recall the objectives and actions included in the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health. It is currently available in English and Hindi on IPPF Website and in French, Portuguese and Spanish on Quick Reference for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) | Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (iawg.net)   

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| 29 September 2020

What does IPPF Humanitarian dignity kit include?

IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2016-2022 commits the organisation to lead a locally-owned globally connected movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. Dignity Kits provide essential personal items for women in emergency situations and items are customized for women in different regions.

Resource

| 29 September 2020

What does IPPF Humanitarian dignity kit include?

IPPF’s Strategic Framework 2016-2022 commits the organisation to lead a locally-owned globally connected movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. Dignity Kits provide essential personal items for women in emergency situations and items are customized for women in different regions.

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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. 

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT
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| 22 January 2019

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT
Resource

| 22 January 2019

HUMANITRAIAN ASSISTANCE IN SOUTH ASIA 2018_SUMMARY REPORT

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.

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.