Our work bringing family planning services to the Pacific saves lives and builds sustainable futures and is funded by donations and the Australian Government.
Family planning in the Pacific means:
- access to contraception so women can choose when and how many children to have and girls can stay in school longer and eventually earn an income
- access to trained midwives, nurses and doctors
- fewer unsafe pregnancies and fewer unsafe abortions
- reduced maternal and infant mortality
- women are better able to feed, educate and support their children
- cervical cancer screening and treatment
Your donation can save lives and give girls a future.
- train local health workers and clinicians to deliver family planning services
- improve access to contraceptive supplies and enable women to choose the timing and spacing of their children
- educate communities about gender-based violence, STIs, HIV, safe sex, and respectful relationships
- improve gender equality and health outcomes through men's behavior change programs
- train local NGOs to deliver family planning information and education
- promote healthy sexuality
- support local government and NGOs deliver cervical cancer screening and treatment
Where We Work: the Pacific
The Pacific has some of the worst reproductive and sexual health statistics globally.
- high rates of maternal and infant mortality
- unintended and teenage pregnancies
- sexual violence
- unacceptably high rates of cervical cancer deaths
We are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC)
|All our projects are aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.|
|We are a signatory of the ACFID Code of Conduct, committing to transparency, accountability, and integrity.|
|We are accredited by DFAT for effective management of international projects.|
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