Kyrgyzstan

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Liana was told she wasn't able to give birth but thanks to IPPF EN member association, the Reproductive Health Alliance Kyrgyzstan (RHAK), Liana had a healthy baby boy. IPPF EN and RHAK work to empower women and support their reproductive ...
IPPF EN member associations in Romania and Kyrgyzstan discuss the importance of Comprehensive Sexuality Education for empowering young people, preventing STIs and unplanned pregnancies, and stopping abuse and stigma on the Guardian Development Professionals Network. Click to read the full ...
When Uluk began teaching his friends about reproductive health, he had no idea that it would develop into a fully-fledged vocation. It all started when one of his friends began asking everyone to hold up their thumbs. “We did, and ...
The move toward market economies in the countries of the Former Soviet Union has had a negative impact on women’s health. Many countries have experimented with major health sector reforms, decentralizing and privatizing health care, increasing user fees and adding ...
The Reproductive Health Alliance Kyrgyzstan (RHAK) was set up in 2001, and its services now extend across all 7 regions of the Kyrgyz Republic (Osh, Jalal-Abad, Talas, Chui, Naryn, Batken, Issyk-Kul). From its inception, RHAK has enjoyed strong youth support ...
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IPPF EN member, the Reproductive Health Alliance Kyrgyzstan (RHAK) features in this year's Girls' Rights Gazette with a story on Sexuality Education (pg 9). The Girls’ Rights Gazette is a unique publication which makes girls’ rights front page news. It ...