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Expanding access to sexual and reproductive health in crises

We are an international coalition of organizations and individuals working collectively to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian settings. Meet IAWG

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Aug 11, 2020 09:00-10:30 (America/New_York) Learn More

HIV prevention and treatment are key components of a comprehensive SRH service package. Unfortunately, in humanitarian contexts worldwide, HIV services are historically under-prioritized, often at the expense of already marginalized populations. Join us for a webinar to begin understanding some of the ways the humanitarian community can integrate HIV prevention and treatment services into existing SRH services, especially those supporting marginalized populations. This panel will feature speakers from Bangladesh, Tanzania, and Uganda, and include discussions on the health and protection needs of refugees involved in selling sex, the outcomes of a prevention of mother to child transmission intervention in a post-emergency refugee context, partner testing in a refugee setting, and adolescent SRH stigma and HIV testing among urban and displaced youth.

Aug 03, 2020 Learn More

We want to know more about our community-based members and the sexual and reproductive health (SRH)-related work they lead in their contexts. Community-based organizations (CBOs) are invited to tell us about their work by submitting a brief form. Organizations may be contacted to be featured in a "CBO Spotlight" in an upcoming edition of "IAWG Insider."

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Join us in expanding access to sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian settings

Sexual and reproductive health is a core component of primary health care, but is often forgotten or ignored in humanitarian settings

Become a member of IAWG and join our efforts to ensure access to high-quality sexual and reproductive health care for people affected by crises.

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Why It Matters

35 million of the 134 million people in need of humanitarian assistance are women and girls of reproductive age.