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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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7/26/2022 Learn More

The IAWG ASRHR Sub-Working Group is pleased to announce our 2022/2023 young person co-chairs. After receiving more than 300 applications, the sub-working group’s selection committee, comprised of majority young people, finished its reviews and interviews to select four outstanding young people to serve the ASRHR Sub-Working Group over the next year. Descriptions of each of the young people selected are included below. Alex Mavuti and Liz Lum will serve together from July 2022 until January 2023, while Elezer Berhanu and Shukti Anantha will serve from January 2023 until July 2023. Thank you to everyone who applied and congratulations again to the four finalists.

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Rumors and Myths vs Facts and Realities of LARCs

Adapted from USAID Maternal & Child Survival Program (MCSP), and Jhpiego.

This resource is used for the Mix and Match activity in Session 10 of the Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives in Crisis Settings S-CORT workshop. The activity discusses common rumors and misconceptions associated with IUDs and implants and how to address them with facts.

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

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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.