Reproductive Health : Links

There are 56 documents in this section.

  • Population Institute

    8 September 2000

    The Washington-based Population Institute stresses the need for global population stabilization and advocates U.S. support for international, national and private population programmes.

  • Population Action International (PAI)

    8 September 2000

    Population Action International (PAI) is a US-based advocacy group working to strengthen support worldwide for population programs, including family planning and related health services, and to advance educational and economic opportunities, especially for girls and women. Its website contains a wealth of information on various topics, including population, gender, reproductive health, economics and environment. In addition, it has a good collection of publications, links, fact sheets and video material.

  • Alan Guttmacher Institute

    29 August 2000

    A US-based organisation which aims to help people obtain the information and services needed to safeguard their health and exercise responsibility in regard to sexual behaviour, reproduction and family formation.

  • EngenderHealth

    29 August 2000

    One of the largest non-profit organisations dedicated to making reproductive health care accessible to women and men around the world. Working in over 40 countries, the organisation provides technical assistance, training and information, with a focus on improving services where resources are scarce.

  • Basics

    29 August 2000

    Information on child survival projects.

  • BBC Sexwise project

    29 August 2000

    The BBC World Service, in collaboration with the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), has produced a global sex education web resource entitled Sexwise. Aimed primarily at young people, it provides links, books, information and advice to thousands of online users on topics including sex, sexuality and sexual health.

  • CARE

    29 August 2000

    Provides information about CARE development projects including maternal health around the world. First hand testimonials from individuals who have benefited from CARE projects. Also good resource for photos and videos.

  • Family Care International

    29 August 2000

    Specializes in promoting sexual and reproductive health rights with an emphasis on safer pregnancy and childbirth. Site features guidelines, training materials and tools for use by program planners.

  • Family Health International (FHI)

    29 August 2000

    The site emphasizes FHI's core interests: HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and support, and reproductive health, including family planning. It particularly highlights FHI's commitment to improving the health and welfare of youth. In addition to the sections detailing its work in these technical areas, the site provides overviews of their country programs.

  • Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Maternal and Child Health

    29 August 2000

    Learn about Harvard's activities in maternal and child health.