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IPPFAR 2021 Achievements Video - English

13 June 2022

In 2021, IPPF Africa Region Member Associations provided 109,796,584 sexual reproductive health and rights services, representing close to half of the total number of SRHR services delivered by IPPF that year. IPPFAR further provided 1,946,485 services that addressed and responded to cases of sexual and gender-based violence in the sub-Saharan region. Watch our latest achievements in this video.

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Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF.

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| 20 November 2020

Transgender Advocacy Video

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| 20 November 2020

Transgender Advocacy Video

Abortion Care During COVID-19
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| 29 September 2020

Innovating to Provide Abortion Care During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, women globally face compounded barriers to accessing safe abortion care. The de-prioritization of sexual and reproductive health services including abortion care, overwhelmed health systems, restrictions on movement and fear of visiting health facilities have all created additional challenges for women to safely end a pregnancy. However, recognizing the need to adapt to ensure women have access to the care they need, this crisis has sparked innovation among IPPF Member Associations. They developed new approaches to reach women with safe abortion information and care, while keeping women’s choice and quality of care at the centre of their work.  This document illustrates some of the innovative approaches used to ensure continued access to quality abortion care during the pandemic.  

Abortion Care During COVID-19
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| 29 September 2020

Innovating to Provide Abortion Care During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, women globally face compounded barriers to accessing safe abortion care. The de-prioritization of sexual and reproductive health services including abortion care, overwhelmed health systems, restrictions on movement and fear of visiting health facilities have all created additional challenges for women to safely end a pregnancy. However, recognizing the need to adapt to ensure women have access to the care they need, this crisis has sparked innovation among IPPF Member Associations. They developed new approaches to reach women with safe abortion information and care, while keeping women’s choice and quality of care at the centre of their work.  This document illustrates some of the innovative approaches used to ensure continued access to quality abortion care during the pandemic.  

front cover of the financial statements 2019
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| 04 August 2020

Financial Statements 2019

The overall group income of IPPF has risen by US$51.8 million (46 per cent) to US$163.7 million (2018: US$111.9 million). Unrestricted total income and restricted income rose by US$1.9 million and US$49.86 million respectively. IPPF’s main source of funding is government grants, which account for 88 per cent (2018: 81 per cent) of total income. In 2019 unrestricted government funding increased by US$2.2 million (4 per cent) to US$57.4 million. The main reason for the increase in funding in 2019 was the increase in funding from Germany which rose from €6 million to €12 million. Restricted government funding amounted to US$87 million, up from US$35.2 million in 2018. A full analysis of restricted projects balances. The following Governments were the major contributors to the restricted funding of IPPF: Government of United Kingdom,through the WISH programme in Africa, South Asia and the Arab World US$59.23 million, the European Commission supported the State of African Women Campaign US$4.6 million, Government of Canada US$4.3 million, Government of Australia continued to provide support (US$2.4 million) in relation to the global SPRINTInitiative to provide sexual and reproductive health services to crisisand post crisis areas in South East Asia, the Pacific, South Asia andGovernment of Belgium contributed to the SHE Decides project US$2.07 million. The governments of the Netherlands, Norway, UK and an anonymous donor also provided funding of US$5.64 million to the Safe Abortion Action Fund. Grants from multilateral donors and other sources decreased by 13 per cent from US$20.7 million to US$18.1 million. A significant factor in the decrease was US$0.6 million from GIZ, US$0.26 million from Anonymous donors, and US$0.7 million decrease from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

front cover of the financial statements 2019
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| 04 August 2020

Financial Statements 2019

The overall group income of IPPF has risen by US$51.8 million (46 per cent) to US$163.7 million (2018: US$111.9 million). Unrestricted total income and restricted income rose by US$1.9 million and US$49.86 million respectively. IPPF’s main source of funding is government grants, which account for 88 per cent (2018: 81 per cent) of total income. In 2019 unrestricted government funding increased by US$2.2 million (4 per cent) to US$57.4 million. The main reason for the increase in funding in 2019 was the increase in funding from Germany which rose from €6 million to €12 million. Restricted government funding amounted to US$87 million, up from US$35.2 million in 2018. A full analysis of restricted projects balances. The following Governments were the major contributors to the restricted funding of IPPF: Government of United Kingdom,through the WISH programme in Africa, South Asia and the Arab World US$59.23 million, the European Commission supported the State of African Women Campaign US$4.6 million, Government of Canada US$4.3 million, Government of Australia continued to provide support (US$2.4 million) in relation to the global SPRINTInitiative to provide sexual and reproductive health services to crisisand post crisis areas in South East Asia, the Pacific, South Asia andGovernment of Belgium contributed to the SHE Decides project US$2.07 million. The governments of the Netherlands, Norway, UK and an anonymous donor also provided funding of US$5.64 million to the Safe Abortion Action Fund. Grants from multilateral donors and other sources decreased by 13 per cent from US$20.7 million to US$18.1 million. A significant factor in the decrease was US$0.6 million from GIZ, US$0.26 million from Anonymous donors, and US$0.7 million decrease from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

Family-Guidance-Association-of-Ethiopia
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| 12 May 2020

Ethiopia: Raising Awareness on COVID-19 Through Video

In a bid to complement the government’s efforts to raise awareness about COVID-19, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) has created a short video that communicates the importance of undertaking preventive measures to stop the spread of the disease.   The 65-second-long video shares information about the need for practicing good hygiene, wearing of facemasks, social distancing, and other quarantine measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus. The video carries subtitles in Amharic -the national language that is understood by all Ethiopians across the country. The video has been shared multiple times on FGAE’s social media platforms, reaching thousands of Ethiopians. It has also been broadcast in 46 FGAE-owned health facilities across the country. In addition, the video has been screened at various public television screens in major towns in Ethiopia. Learn more about FGAE's work in Ethiopia here.

Family-Guidance-Association-of-Ethiopia
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| 12 May 2020

Ethiopia: Raising Awareness on COVID-19 Through Video

In a bid to complement the government’s efforts to raise awareness about COVID-19, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) has created a short video that communicates the importance of undertaking preventive measures to stop the spread of the disease.   The 65-second-long video shares information about the need for practicing good hygiene, wearing of facemasks, social distancing, and other quarantine measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus. The video carries subtitles in Amharic -the national language that is understood by all Ethiopians across the country. The video has been shared multiple times on FGAE’s social media platforms, reaching thousands of Ethiopians. It has also been broadcast in 46 FGAE-owned health facilities across the country. In addition, the video has been screened at various public television screens in major towns in Ethiopia. Learn more about FGAE's work in Ethiopia here.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region

Happy Holidays from IPPF Africa Region.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF.

Gallianne Palayret
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| 23 December 2020

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF

Joyeuses fêtes et bonne année de la part du bureau Afrique d’IPPF.

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| 20 November 2020

Transgender Advocacy Video

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| 20 November 2020

Transgender Advocacy Video

Abortion Care During COVID-19
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| 29 September 2020

Innovating to Provide Abortion Care During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, women globally face compounded barriers to accessing safe abortion care. The de-prioritization of sexual and reproductive health services including abortion care, overwhelmed health systems, restrictions on movement and fear of visiting health facilities have all created additional challenges for women to safely end a pregnancy. However, recognizing the need to adapt to ensure women have access to the care they need, this crisis has sparked innovation among IPPF Member Associations. They developed new approaches to reach women with safe abortion information and care, while keeping women’s choice and quality of care at the centre of their work.  This document illustrates some of the innovative approaches used to ensure continued access to quality abortion care during the pandemic.  

Abortion Care During COVID-19
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| 29 September 2020

Innovating to Provide Abortion Care During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, women globally face compounded barriers to accessing safe abortion care. The de-prioritization of sexual and reproductive health services including abortion care, overwhelmed health systems, restrictions on movement and fear of visiting health facilities have all created additional challenges for women to safely end a pregnancy. However, recognizing the need to adapt to ensure women have access to the care they need, this crisis has sparked innovation among IPPF Member Associations. They developed new approaches to reach women with safe abortion information and care, while keeping women’s choice and quality of care at the centre of their work.  This document illustrates some of the innovative approaches used to ensure continued access to quality abortion care during the pandemic.  

front cover of the financial statements 2019
Resource

| 04 August 2020

Financial Statements 2019

The overall group income of IPPF has risen by US$51.8 million (46 per cent) to US$163.7 million (2018: US$111.9 million). Unrestricted total income and restricted income rose by US$1.9 million and US$49.86 million respectively. IPPF’s main source of funding is government grants, which account for 88 per cent (2018: 81 per cent) of total income. In 2019 unrestricted government funding increased by US$2.2 million (4 per cent) to US$57.4 million. The main reason for the increase in funding in 2019 was the increase in funding from Germany which rose from €6 million to €12 million. Restricted government funding amounted to US$87 million, up from US$35.2 million in 2018. A full analysis of restricted projects balances. The following Governments were the major contributors to the restricted funding of IPPF: Government of United Kingdom,through the WISH programme in Africa, South Asia and the Arab World US$59.23 million, the European Commission supported the State of African Women Campaign US$4.6 million, Government of Canada US$4.3 million, Government of Australia continued to provide support (US$2.4 million) in relation to the global SPRINTInitiative to provide sexual and reproductive health services to crisisand post crisis areas in South East Asia, the Pacific, South Asia andGovernment of Belgium contributed to the SHE Decides project US$2.07 million. The governments of the Netherlands, Norway, UK and an anonymous donor also provided funding of US$5.64 million to the Safe Abortion Action Fund. Grants from multilateral donors and other sources decreased by 13 per cent from US$20.7 million to US$18.1 million. A significant factor in the decrease was US$0.6 million from GIZ, US$0.26 million from Anonymous donors, and US$0.7 million decrease from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

front cover of the financial statements 2019
Resource

| 04 August 2020

Financial Statements 2019

The overall group income of IPPF has risen by US$51.8 million (46 per cent) to US$163.7 million (2018: US$111.9 million). Unrestricted total income and restricted income rose by US$1.9 million and US$49.86 million respectively. IPPF’s main source of funding is government grants, which account for 88 per cent (2018: 81 per cent) of total income. In 2019 unrestricted government funding increased by US$2.2 million (4 per cent) to US$57.4 million. The main reason for the increase in funding in 2019 was the increase in funding from Germany which rose from €6 million to €12 million. Restricted government funding amounted to US$87 million, up from US$35.2 million in 2018. A full analysis of restricted projects balances. The following Governments were the major contributors to the restricted funding of IPPF: Government of United Kingdom,through the WISH programme in Africa, South Asia and the Arab World US$59.23 million, the European Commission supported the State of African Women Campaign US$4.6 million, Government of Canada US$4.3 million, Government of Australia continued to provide support (US$2.4 million) in relation to the global SPRINTInitiative to provide sexual and reproductive health services to crisisand post crisis areas in South East Asia, the Pacific, South Asia andGovernment of Belgium contributed to the SHE Decides project US$2.07 million. The governments of the Netherlands, Norway, UK and an anonymous donor also provided funding of US$5.64 million to the Safe Abortion Action Fund. Grants from multilateral donors and other sources decreased by 13 per cent from US$20.7 million to US$18.1 million. A significant factor in the decrease was US$0.6 million from GIZ, US$0.26 million from Anonymous donors, and US$0.7 million decrease from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

Family-Guidance-Association-of-Ethiopia
Resource

| 12 May 2020

Ethiopia: Raising Awareness on COVID-19 Through Video

In a bid to complement the government’s efforts to raise awareness about COVID-19, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) has created a short video that communicates the importance of undertaking preventive measures to stop the spread of the disease.   The 65-second-long video shares information about the need for practicing good hygiene, wearing of facemasks, social distancing, and other quarantine measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus. The video carries subtitles in Amharic -the national language that is understood by all Ethiopians across the country. The video has been shared multiple times on FGAE’s social media platforms, reaching thousands of Ethiopians. It has also been broadcast in 46 FGAE-owned health facilities across the country. In addition, the video has been screened at various public television screens in major towns in Ethiopia. Learn more about FGAE's work in Ethiopia here.

Family-Guidance-Association-of-Ethiopia
Resource

| 12 May 2020

Ethiopia: Raising Awareness on COVID-19 Through Video

In a bid to complement the government’s efforts to raise awareness about COVID-19, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE) has created a short video that communicates the importance of undertaking preventive measures to stop the spread of the disease.   The 65-second-long video shares information about the need for practicing good hygiene, wearing of facemasks, social distancing, and other quarantine measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus. The video carries subtitles in Amharic -the national language that is understood by all Ethiopians across the country. The video has been shared multiple times on FGAE’s social media platforms, reaching thousands of Ethiopians. It has also been broadcast in 46 FGAE-owned health facilities across the country. In addition, the video has been screened at various public television screens in major towns in Ethiopia. Learn more about FGAE's work in Ethiopia here.