Improving Access to Sustainable, Women-Centered Care For Hard-To-Reach Women and Girls
Building comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services by strengthening workforce capacity, health systems, and community support mechanisms
Credit: Ipas Pakistan
Budget：999 million yen
Area：Ethiopia, Indonesia, Pakistan
Women and girls in some of the world’s most remote, fragile, and otherwise hard-to-reach areas often lack access to quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care which can lead to unintended pregnancies, death and injuries from unsafe abortions, and other potential loss of educational and economic opportunities. This program aims to improve access to and use of comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for hard-to-reach women and girls in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Pakistan by integrating clinical training and mentorships that are grounded in women-centered care principles.
Credit: Richard Lord for Ipas