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| 19 July 2022

2021 IPPF Annual Performance Report

IPPF has always done the utmost to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. In 2021, IPPF Member Associations (MAs) continued to demonstrate their resilience and adaptability to carry on serving people in spite of the severe disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  A total of 231.4 million services were delivered, a six per cent increase on 2020. Despite comprising fewer MAs, IPPF recovered more than half the decrease caused the previous year by clinic closures and other restrictions. Couple years of protection (CYP) increased by eight percent to reach 29 million – higher than in any year prior to the pandemic.

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| 20 June 2022

2021 IPPF Annual Performance Report

IPPF has always done the utmost to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. In 2021, IPPF Member Associations (MAs) continued to demonstrate their resilience and adaptability to carry on serving people in spite of the severe disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  A total of 231.4 million services were delivered, a six per cent increase on 2020. Despite comprising fewer MAs, IPPF recovered more than half the decrease caused the previous year by clinic closures and other restrictions. Couple years of protection (CYP) increased by eight percent to reach 29 million – higher than in any year prior to the pandemic.

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| 19 July 2022

Annual Report 2021

This Annual Report summarizes the collective efforts and accomplishments of IPPF Member Associations and Secretariat in East and South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR) for 2021 - focusing on the works and efforts of our Member Associations after the pandemic.  It also contains some stories behind the statistics. Some of the highlights include advocacy wins (contributed 13 policy wins related to SRHR); reached more than 30 million youths with quality CSE programmes; and delivered over 12 million sexual and reproductive health services to more than 5 million clients. Read on for more details.

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| 19 July 2022

Annual Report 2021

This Annual Report summarizes the collective efforts and accomplishments of IPPF Member Associations and Secretariat in East and South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR) for 2021 - focusing on the works and efforts of our Member Associations after the pandemic.  It also contains some stories behind the statistics. Some of the highlights include advocacy wins (contributed 13 policy wins related to SRHR); reached more than 30 million youths with quality CSE programmes; and delivered over 12 million sexual and reproductive health services to more than 5 million clients. Read on for more details.

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| 30 June 2022

Philippines: Voluntary National Review (VNR) Shadow Report 2022

The lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care is exacerbated by multiple crises and emergencies that the Philippines faces such as the public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters such as the recent Typhoon Odette (Rai), climate crisis, and other crises brought by the lack of commitment to and fulfilment of human rights obligations.   This shadow report by the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) attempts to highlight the gaps and challenges in SRH care and offers recommendations to improve the SRHR of all Filipinos. The report also aims to highlight the centrality of SRHR within the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nation's High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The report provides input into the 2030 Agenda discussion and aim to influence the Philippines Government to address the lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the Philippines.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 22 September 2022

Philippines: Voluntary National Review (VNR) Shadow Report 2022

The lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care is exacerbated by multiple crises and emergencies that the Philippines faces such as the public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters such as the recent Typhoon Odette (Rai), climate crisis, and other crises brought by the lack of commitment to and fulfilment of human rights obligations.   This shadow report by the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) attempts to highlight the gaps and challenges in SRH care and offers recommendations to improve the SRHR of all Filipinos. The report also aims to highlight the centrality of SRHR within the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nation's High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The report provides input into the 2030 Agenda discussion and aim to influence the Philippines Government to address the lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the Philippines.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 30 June 2022

Thailand: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Third Cycle, HRC Session 49

Stakeholder Report  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Thailand reporting on the gaps and barriers which in practice prevent migrant workers and their families from accessing essential health services, especially sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.   Adoption of UPR Outcomes  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) commended Thailand’s willingness to facilitate access to sexual and reproductive health services for all, including migrant workers, which includes integrated care for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, information and education campaigns, and migrant-friendly health services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page or watch the video here.  

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| 22 September 2022

Thailand: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Third Cycle, HRC Session 49

Stakeholder Report  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Thailand reporting on the gaps and barriers which in practice prevent migrant workers and their families from accessing essential health services, especially sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.   Adoption of UPR Outcomes  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) commended Thailand’s willingness to facilitate access to sexual and reproductive health services for all, including migrant workers, which includes integrated care for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, information and education campaigns, and migrant-friendly health services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page or watch the video here.  

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| 30 June 2022

Philippines: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines reporting on the gaps and barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) within the context of multiple and intersecting crises that the country faces.   Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 22 September 2022

Philippines: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines reporting on the gaps and barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) within the context of multiple and intersecting crises that the country faces.   Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 30 June 2022

Indonesia: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia (PKBI) [Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA)] contributed to three (3) reports to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Indonesia.   The Joint Submission with Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination highlighted the human rights situation of vulnerable groups, such as which include groups of people with disabilities, people with HIV and key populations (drug users and sex workers), women, indigenous peoples, and religious minorities, in Indonesia.     The Joint Submission on LGBTIQ Rights by the Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination (consisting of 33 non-governmental and community-based organisations) on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) highlighted the progress made on 3rd cycle recommendations, which remain unimplemented, along with the worsening violations of LGBTQIA+’s rights given the multi-dimensional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.    The Joint Submission by the Save All Women and Girls Working Group (SAWG), consisting of nine (9) civil society organizations working in the area of advocacy for equality and quality access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, highlights 1) the criminalization of abortion in Indonesia and the implications of it for people with unintended pregnancies; 2) the access to safe abortion services for victims and/or survivors of rape; and 3) the access to safe abortion services for medical emergency reason.  Download and read all the full reports at the bottom of the page.  

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| 22 September 2022

Indonesia: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia (PKBI) [Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA)] contributed to three (3) reports to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Indonesia.   The Joint Submission with Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination highlighted the human rights situation of vulnerable groups, such as which include groups of people with disabilities, people with HIV and key populations (drug users and sex workers), women, indigenous peoples, and religious minorities, in Indonesia.     The Joint Submission on LGBTIQ Rights by the Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination (consisting of 33 non-governmental and community-based organisations) on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) highlighted the progress made on 3rd cycle recommendations, which remain unimplemented, along with the worsening violations of LGBTQIA+’s rights given the multi-dimensional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.    The Joint Submission by the Save All Women and Girls Working Group (SAWG), consisting of nine (9) civil society organizations working in the area of advocacy for equality and quality access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, highlights 1) the criminalization of abortion in Indonesia and the implications of it for people with unintended pregnancies; 2) the access to safe abortion services for victims and/or survivors of rape; and 3) the access to safe abortion services for medical emergency reason.  Download and read all the full reports at the bottom of the page.  

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| 19 July 2022

2021 IPPF Annual Performance Report

IPPF has always done the utmost to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. In 2021, IPPF Member Associations (MAs) continued to demonstrate their resilience and adaptability to carry on serving people in spite of the severe disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  A total of 231.4 million services were delivered, a six per cent increase on 2020. Despite comprising fewer MAs, IPPF recovered more than half the decrease caused the previous year by clinic closures and other restrictions. Couple years of protection (CYP) increased by eight percent to reach 29 million – higher than in any year prior to the pandemic.

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| 20 June 2022

2021 IPPF Annual Performance Report

IPPF has always done the utmost to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. In 2021, IPPF Member Associations (MAs) continued to demonstrate their resilience and adaptability to carry on serving people in spite of the severe disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  A total of 231.4 million services were delivered, a six per cent increase on 2020. Despite comprising fewer MAs, IPPF recovered more than half the decrease caused the previous year by clinic closures and other restrictions. Couple years of protection (CYP) increased by eight percent to reach 29 million – higher than in any year prior to the pandemic.

Annual Report cover page
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| 19 July 2022

Annual Report 2021

This Annual Report summarizes the collective efforts and accomplishments of IPPF Member Associations and Secretariat in East and South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR) for 2021 - focusing on the works and efforts of our Member Associations after the pandemic.  It also contains some stories behind the statistics. Some of the highlights include advocacy wins (contributed 13 policy wins related to SRHR); reached more than 30 million youths with quality CSE programmes; and delivered over 12 million sexual and reproductive health services to more than 5 million clients. Read on for more details.

Annual Report cover page
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| 19 July 2022

Annual Report 2021

This Annual Report summarizes the collective efforts and accomplishments of IPPF Member Associations and Secretariat in East and South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR) for 2021 - focusing on the works and efforts of our Member Associations after the pandemic.  It also contains some stories behind the statistics. Some of the highlights include advocacy wins (contributed 13 policy wins related to SRHR); reached more than 30 million youths with quality CSE programmes; and delivered over 12 million sexual and reproductive health services to more than 5 million clients. Read on for more details.

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| 30 June 2022

Philippines: Voluntary National Review (VNR) Shadow Report 2022

The lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care is exacerbated by multiple crises and emergencies that the Philippines faces such as the public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters such as the recent Typhoon Odette (Rai), climate crisis, and other crises brought by the lack of commitment to and fulfilment of human rights obligations.   This shadow report by the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) attempts to highlight the gaps and challenges in SRH care and offers recommendations to improve the SRHR of all Filipinos. The report also aims to highlight the centrality of SRHR within the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nation's High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The report provides input into the 2030 Agenda discussion and aim to influence the Philippines Government to address the lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the Philippines.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 22 September 2022

Philippines: Voluntary National Review (VNR) Shadow Report 2022

The lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care is exacerbated by multiple crises and emergencies that the Philippines faces such as the public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters such as the recent Typhoon Odette (Rai), climate crisis, and other crises brought by the lack of commitment to and fulfilment of human rights obligations.   This shadow report by the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) attempts to highlight the gaps and challenges in SRH care and offers recommendations to improve the SRHR of all Filipinos. The report also aims to highlight the centrality of SRHR within the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nation's High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The report provides input into the 2030 Agenda discussion and aim to influence the Philippines Government to address the lack of access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the Philippines.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 30 June 2022

Thailand: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Third Cycle, HRC Session 49

Stakeholder Report  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Thailand reporting on the gaps and barriers which in practice prevent migrant workers and their families from accessing essential health services, especially sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.   Adoption of UPR Outcomes  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) commended Thailand’s willingness to facilitate access to sexual and reproductive health services for all, including migrant workers, which includes integrated care for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, information and education campaigns, and migrant-friendly health services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page or watch the video here.  

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| 22 September 2022

Thailand: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Third Cycle, HRC Session 49

Stakeholder Report  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Thailand reporting on the gaps and barriers which in practice prevent migrant workers and their families from accessing essential health services, especially sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.   Adoption of UPR Outcomes  Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) commended Thailand’s willingness to facilitate access to sexual and reproductive health services for all, including migrant workers, which includes integrated care for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, information and education campaigns, and migrant-friendly health services.  Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page or watch the video here.  

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| 30 June 2022

Philippines: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines reporting on the gaps and barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) within the context of multiple and intersecting crises that the country faces.   Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 22 September 2022

Philippines: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP) submitted a report to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines reporting on the gaps and barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) within the context of multiple and intersecting crises that the country faces.   Download and read the full statement at the bottom of the page.

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| 30 June 2022

Indonesia: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia (PKBI) [Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA)] contributed to three (3) reports to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Indonesia.   The Joint Submission with Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination highlighted the human rights situation of vulnerable groups, such as which include groups of people with disabilities, people with HIV and key populations (drug users and sex workers), women, indigenous peoples, and religious minorities, in Indonesia.     The Joint Submission on LGBTIQ Rights by the Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination (consisting of 33 non-governmental and community-based organisations) on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) highlighted the progress made on 3rd cycle recommendations, which remain unimplemented, along with the worsening violations of LGBTQIA+’s rights given the multi-dimensional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.    The Joint Submission by the Save All Women and Girls Working Group (SAWG), consisting of nine (9) civil society organizations working in the area of advocacy for equality and quality access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, highlights 1) the criminalization of abortion in Indonesia and the implications of it for people with unintended pregnancies; 2) the access to safe abortion services for victims and/or survivors of rape; and 3) the access to safe abortion services for medical emergency reason.  Download and read all the full reports at the bottom of the page.  

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| 22 September 2022

Indonesia: Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – Fourth Cycle

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia (PKBI) [Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA)] contributed to three (3) reports to the Human Rights Council ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Indonesia.   The Joint Submission with Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination highlighted the human rights situation of vulnerable groups, such as which include groups of people with disabilities, people with HIV and key populations (drug users and sex workers), women, indigenous peoples, and religious minorities, in Indonesia.     The Joint Submission on LGBTIQ Rights by the Indonesia National Coalition of the Marginalised Group against Discrimination (consisting of 33 non-governmental and community-based organisations) on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) highlighted the progress made on 3rd cycle recommendations, which remain unimplemented, along with the worsening violations of LGBTQIA+’s rights given the multi-dimensional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.    The Joint Submission by the Save All Women and Girls Working Group (SAWG), consisting of nine (9) civil society organizations working in the area of advocacy for equality and quality access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, highlights 1) the criminalization of abortion in Indonesia and the implications of it for people with unintended pregnancies; 2) the access to safe abortion services for victims and/or survivors of rape; and 3) the access to safe abortion services for medical emergency reason.  Download and read all the full reports at the bottom of the page.