Award-winning impact: Ipas DRC recognized nationally for empowering women
Impacted by Cyclone Freddy, Ipas staff in southern Africa look to response efforts that protect reproductive health
Ipas staff in Mozambique and Malawi are struggling to recover after Tropical Cyclone Freddy made landfall twice over southern Africa this week, displacing thousands of people and causing widespread destruction.
Africa Southern Region
Ipas-supported site awarded as ‘Best Youth-Run Sexual Health Platform’
It’s a post-Roe world, and Kenya is already feeling the shockwaves
Providing the contraceptive choices women need now in South Africa
Abortion access in the DRC: another milestone reached
Dialogue explores ways to expand abortion access in DRC
Empowering women and girls in Niassa
Kenyan court condemns abortion-related arrests and prosecutions
‘The knowledge and courage to do more’
A bold step forward: Benin’s new abortion law
‘The medicines float away in the flood. What do we do then?’
Ipas Africa Alliance celebrates a decade of partnership with Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital
On-the-job training makes for sustainable comprehensive abortion care in Nigeria
Community support for abortion care: Putting women’s lives over politics in Uganda
In the beautiful Tororo District of Eastern Uganda, where Tororo Rock rises in the distance, you can find the Petta Health Centre III—an Ipas supported-facility where clients come from across the region to receive comprehensive and caring abortion services from an Ipas-trained provider.
As climate change strikes again in Southern Africa, Ipas prepares to respond to reproductive health needs
In the wake of tropical cyclone Ana, which has killed more than 80 people in Southern Africa, Ipas teams in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia are preparing a coordinated response to ensure that reproductive health care, including access to postabortion care and contraception, remains available to women and girls affected by the storm.
In the face of COVID-19 and gender-based violence, Ipas DRC is helping sustain access to reproductive health care
During COVID-19, women and girls around the world have faced a surge in gender-based violence (GBV) linked to lockdowns and stay-at-home orders issued by governments in response to the pandemic.