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Member Associations

Sex og Politikk logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Sex og Politikk - The Norwegian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Sex og Politikk is a member organization consisting of affiliated organizations, institutions and individual members. Sex og Politikk was founded in 1969 and has since its establishment been a main organisation in Norway working for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), particularly in the promotion of sexuality education where we provide the most used materials for use in primary and secondary schools in Norway "Uke 6", which since 2019 has been used at more than 40% of schools in Norway. We further prioritize work for abortion and SOGIE rights as well as securing access to safe contraceptives and sexual health and rights for the elderly. The organisation works both nationally and internationally to further sexual rights, including a particular focus on indigenous populations, with a particular programme on sexual health for Sami people, the only indigenous population in Europe. The organisation works for the development of better health care services, and to safeguard rights linked to sexuality and reproductive health, both in a national and international context. These areas are very important in strengthening women's rights and also for working towards gender equality and poverty reduction internationally. Political advocacy including through conferences and by organising an All Party Parliamentary Group on SRHR are important avenues to implement our work. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Sex og Politikk logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Sex og Politikk - The Norwegian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Sex og Politikk is a member organization consisting of affiliated organizations, institutions and individual members. Sex og Politikk was founded in 1969 and has since its establishment been a main organisation in Norway working for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), particularly in the promotion of sexuality education where we provide the most used materials for use in primary and secondary schools in Norway "Uke 6", which since 2019 has been used at more than 40% of schools in Norway. We further prioritize work for abortion and SOGIE rights as well as securing access to safe contraceptives and sexual health and rights for the elderly. The organisation works both nationally and internationally to further sexual rights, including a particular focus on indigenous populations, with a particular programme on sexual health for Sami people, the only indigenous population in Europe. The organisation works for the development of better health care services, and to safeguard rights linked to sexuality and reproductive health, both in a national and international context. These areas are very important in strengthening women's rights and also for working towards gender equality and poverty reduction internationally. Political advocacy including through conferences and by organising an All Party Parliamentary Group on SRHR are important avenues to implement our work. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Sex & Samfund: Danish FPA Logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Sex & Samfund - The Danish Family Planning Association

The DFPA works to promote the universal right to decide over your own body and sexuality. DFPA’s goal is that everyone – regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity – has the knowledge and the possibility to choose the life that they want. The right to choose is a prerequisite for all individuals to live their lives to their full potential as well as a prerequisite for achieving sustainable economic and social development. DFPA work to increase gender equality, access to contraceptives, sexuality education and health services including treatment of STIs, and we fight against maternal mortality, unsafe abortions, child marriages, teenage pregnancies and discrimination of LGBT+ people. DFPA has a fundamental focus on strengthening civil society in the Global South in order to drive real and sustainable change for poor, marginalized and vulnerable groups and to push for the realization of the SDGs. Contacts: Facebook, Instagram

Sex & Samfund: Danish FPA Logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Sex & Samfund - The Danish Family Planning Association

The DFPA works to promote the universal right to decide over your own body and sexuality. DFPA’s goal is that everyone – regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity – has the knowledge and the possibility to choose the life that they want. The right to choose is a prerequisite for all individuals to live their lives to their full potential as well as a prerequisite for achieving sustainable economic and social development. DFPA work to increase gender equality, access to contraceptives, sexuality education and health services including treatment of STIs, and we fight against maternal mortality, unsafe abortions, child marriages, teenage pregnancies and discrimination of LGBT+ people. DFPA has a fundamental focus on strengthening civil society in the Global South in order to drive real and sustainable change for poor, marginalized and vulnerable groups and to push for the realization of the SDGs. Contacts: Facebook, Instagram

Slovak Family Planning Association - logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Slovak Family Planning Association

The Slovak Family Planning Association (Slovak FPA), Spoločnosť pre plánované rodičovstvo, is an organization comprising physicians, nurses, teachers, psychologists, journalists and lawyers who work in sexual and reproductive health. Its mission is to promote awareness of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to defend the individual’s basic human right to SRH. Slovak FPA has 3 main goals: To support, defend and monitor compliance with the basic human right of all men and women to make free and informed choices with respect to their own SRH To initiate changes in the education system with regard to SRH To establish Slovak FPA as a multi-disciplinary NGO charged with coordinating the delivery of SRH right across the community Cultural and religious constraints on the pursuit of this agenda are substantial. Slovak FPA is therefore very active in organizing conferences, press conferences and high-profile mass media activities to increase awareness of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among both professionals and the public. Slovak FPA organizes the training of teachers for sex education, and the training of volunteer-advisors for a telephone hotline which provides help and support to abused children. It runs lectures for nurses and physicians in postgraduate courses, undertakes targeted work with marginalized Roma communities, publishes a quarterly information bulletin, and works closely with international agencies such as WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNHCR to promote family planning both in Slovakia and abroad.  Some of the past projects of SFPA are: Improving Women’s Health through Sustainable Reproductive Health Care Services Education of nurses in the HIV prevention Roma project VISION 2000 – improving access of marginalized groups to reproductive health services Sexuality education – creation of methodical handbook for comprehensive sexuality education Gender mainstreaming in services of reproductive health Sexuality education in the context of human rights  Contact: Instagram

Slovak Family Planning Association - logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Slovak Family Planning Association

The Slovak Family Planning Association (Slovak FPA), Spoločnosť pre plánované rodičovstvo, is an organization comprising physicians, nurses, teachers, psychologists, journalists and lawyers who work in sexual and reproductive health. Its mission is to promote awareness of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to defend the individual’s basic human right to SRH. Slovak FPA has 3 main goals: To support, defend and monitor compliance with the basic human right of all men and women to make free and informed choices with respect to their own SRH To initiate changes in the education system with regard to SRH To establish Slovak FPA as a multi-disciplinary NGO charged with coordinating the delivery of SRH right across the community Cultural and religious constraints on the pursuit of this agenda are substantial. Slovak FPA is therefore very active in organizing conferences, press conferences and high-profile mass media activities to increase awareness of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among both professionals and the public. Slovak FPA organizes the training of teachers for sex education, and the training of volunteer-advisors for a telephone hotline which provides help and support to abused children. It runs lectures for nurses and physicians in postgraduate courses, undertakes targeted work with marginalized Roma communities, publishes a quarterly information bulletin, and works closely with international agencies such as WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNHCR to promote family planning both in Slovakia and abroad.  Some of the past projects of SFPA are: Improving Women’s Health through Sustainable Reproductive Health Care Services Education of nurses in the HIV prevention Roma project VISION 2000 – improving access of marginalized groups to reproductive health services Sexuality education – creation of methodical handbook for comprehensive sexuality education Gender mainstreaming in services of reproductive health Sexuality education in the context of human rights  Contact: Instagram

Tajik Family Planning Alliance logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Tajik Family Planning Alliance

The Tajikistan Family Planning Association (TFPA) is a voluntary, self-governed, non-profit organization. It exists to deliver information and services, and to advocate for the basic human right of all women, men and young people to make free and informed choices regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). TFPA plays a major role in disseminating information and providing clinical services. Special emphasis is given to the: Prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Prevention of unwanted pregnancy  Prevention of unsafe abortion TFPA reaches out to marginalized communities in remote and economically disadvantaged areas of the country. TFPA was officially registered at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan in 2002 after the General Assembly elected the Board of Directors and approved the organization charter and its structure. In 2008 TFPA was accredited and became a full IPPF Member Association.  

Tajik Family Planning Alliance logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Tajik Family Planning Alliance

The Tajikistan Family Planning Association (TFPA) is a voluntary, self-governed, non-profit organization. It exists to deliver information and services, and to advocate for the basic human right of all women, men and young people to make free and informed choices regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). TFPA plays a major role in disseminating information and providing clinical services. Special emphasis is given to the: Prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Prevention of unwanted pregnancy  Prevention of unsafe abortion TFPA reaches out to marginalized communities in remote and economically disadvantaged areas of the country. TFPA was officially registered at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan in 2002 after the General Assembly elected the Board of Directors and approved the organization charter and its structure. In 2008 TFPA was accredited and became a full IPPF Member Association.  

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)  logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)

Väestöliitto is a non-governmental-organization working in the field of social services, health and human rights. Väestöliitto was founded in 1941 and is composed of 35 member organizations. Within a global network, Väestöliitto, Finland’s leading sexual rights organisation, works to promote sexual health and rights and gender equality. Through their activities the Väestöliitto works to allow every individual and couple to make free, responsible and informed choices about their sexuality, such as, forming close relationships, getting married, using contraception, and having children. Within the scope of this aim, Väestöliitto works to stop gender based violence. Väestöliitto’s operations are divided into services for citizens, research, and advocacy. Väestöliitto promotes family-friendly policies, sustainable population policies, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Finland, Europe, and globally. All of Väestöliitto’s advocacy aims to further the UN’s goals for sustainable development. Väestöliitto provides online-services for people of all ages at Hyvä kysymys online service. Väestöliitto also has chat service for young people focusing on sexual wellbeing. Väestöliitto provides a helpline telephone and web service for boys and young men. Contact: Facebook, Instagram  

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)  logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)

Väestöliitto is a non-governmental-organization working in the field of social services, health and human rights. Väestöliitto was founded in 1941 and is composed of 35 member organizations. Within a global network, Väestöliitto, Finland’s leading sexual rights organisation, works to promote sexual health and rights and gender equality. Through their activities the Väestöliitto works to allow every individual and couple to make free, responsible and informed choices about their sexuality, such as, forming close relationships, getting married, using contraception, and having children. Within the scope of this aim, Väestöliitto works to stop gender based violence. Väestöliitto’s operations are divided into services for citizens, research, and advocacy. Väestöliitto promotes family-friendly policies, sustainable population policies, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Finland, Europe, and globally. All of Väestöliitto’s advocacy aims to further the UN’s goals for sustainable development. Väestöliitto provides online-services for people of all ages at Hyvä kysymys online service. Väestöliitto also has chat service for young people focusing on sexual wellbeing. Väestöliitto provides a helpline telephone and web service for boys and young men. Contact: Facebook, Instagram  

Ukraine logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Women Health and Family Planning - Ukraine

For 20 years WHFP has been consistently and actively working in the field of reproductive health, strengthening and protecting the reproductive rights of people in Ukraine. Its main spheres of activity include: independent expertise and strategic development relating to national legislation and development of the legal framework in the field of reproductive health and family planning, in line with key international documents (e.g. Sustainable Development Goals, recommendations of the World Health Organisation and European Regional Strategy on Reproductive Health); education programs on sexuality education and healthy lifestyles; training for medical professionals; public awareness campaigns on cancer prevention among women; and rehabilitation programs for breast cancer survivors.      

Ukraine logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Women Health and Family Planning - Ukraine

For 20 years WHFP has been consistently and actively working in the field of reproductive health, strengthening and protecting the reproductive rights of people in Ukraine. Its main spheres of activity include: independent expertise and strategic development relating to national legislation and development of the legal framework in the field of reproductive health and family planning, in line with key international documents (e.g. Sustainable Development Goals, recommendations of the World Health Organisation and European Regional Strategy on Reproductive Health); education programs on sexuality education and healthy lifestyles; training for medical professionals; public awareness campaigns on cancer prevention among women; and rehabilitation programs for breast cancer survivors.      

Sex og Politikk logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Sex og Politikk - The Norwegian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Sex og Politikk is a member organization consisting of affiliated organizations, institutions and individual members. Sex og Politikk was founded in 1969 and has since its establishment been a main organisation in Norway working for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), particularly in the promotion of sexuality education where we provide the most used materials for use in primary and secondary schools in Norway "Uke 6", which since 2019 has been used at more than 40% of schools in Norway. We further prioritize work for abortion and SOGIE rights as well as securing access to safe contraceptives and sexual health and rights for the elderly. The organisation works both nationally and internationally to further sexual rights, including a particular focus on indigenous populations, with a particular programme on sexual health for Sami people, the only indigenous population in Europe. The organisation works for the development of better health care services, and to safeguard rights linked to sexuality and reproductive health, both in a national and international context. These areas are very important in strengthening women's rights and also for working towards gender equality and poverty reduction internationally. Political advocacy including through conferences and by organising an All Party Parliamentary Group on SRHR are important avenues to implement our work. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Sex og Politikk logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Sex og Politikk - The Norwegian Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Sex og Politikk is a member organization consisting of affiliated organizations, institutions and individual members. Sex og Politikk was founded in 1969 and has since its establishment been a main organisation in Norway working for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), particularly in the promotion of sexuality education where we provide the most used materials for use in primary and secondary schools in Norway "Uke 6", which since 2019 has been used at more than 40% of schools in Norway. We further prioritize work for abortion and SOGIE rights as well as securing access to safe contraceptives and sexual health and rights for the elderly. The organisation works both nationally and internationally to further sexual rights, including a particular focus on indigenous populations, with a particular programme on sexual health for Sami people, the only indigenous population in Europe. The organisation works for the development of better health care services, and to safeguard rights linked to sexuality and reproductive health, both in a national and international context. These areas are very important in strengthening women's rights and also for working towards gender equality and poverty reduction internationally. Political advocacy including through conferences and by organising an All Party Parliamentary Group on SRHR are important avenues to implement our work. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Sex & Samfund: Danish FPA Logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Sex & Samfund - The Danish Family Planning Association

The DFPA works to promote the universal right to decide over your own body and sexuality. DFPA’s goal is that everyone – regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity – has the knowledge and the possibility to choose the life that they want. The right to choose is a prerequisite for all individuals to live their lives to their full potential as well as a prerequisite for achieving sustainable economic and social development. DFPA work to increase gender equality, access to contraceptives, sexuality education and health services including treatment of STIs, and we fight against maternal mortality, unsafe abortions, child marriages, teenage pregnancies and discrimination of LGBT+ people. DFPA has a fundamental focus on strengthening civil society in the Global South in order to drive real and sustainable change for poor, marginalized and vulnerable groups and to push for the realization of the SDGs. Contacts: Facebook, Instagram

Sex & Samfund: Danish FPA Logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Sex & Samfund - The Danish Family Planning Association

The DFPA works to promote the universal right to decide over your own body and sexuality. DFPA’s goal is that everyone – regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity – has the knowledge and the possibility to choose the life that they want. The right to choose is a prerequisite for all individuals to live their lives to their full potential as well as a prerequisite for achieving sustainable economic and social development. DFPA work to increase gender equality, access to contraceptives, sexuality education and health services including treatment of STIs, and we fight against maternal mortality, unsafe abortions, child marriages, teenage pregnancies and discrimination of LGBT+ people. DFPA has a fundamental focus on strengthening civil society in the Global South in order to drive real and sustainable change for poor, marginalized and vulnerable groups and to push for the realization of the SDGs. Contacts: Facebook, Instagram

Slovak Family Planning Association - logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Slovak Family Planning Association

The Slovak Family Planning Association (Slovak FPA), Spoločnosť pre plánované rodičovstvo, is an organization comprising physicians, nurses, teachers, psychologists, journalists and lawyers who work in sexual and reproductive health. Its mission is to promote awareness of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to defend the individual’s basic human right to SRH. Slovak FPA has 3 main goals: To support, defend and monitor compliance with the basic human right of all men and women to make free and informed choices with respect to their own SRH To initiate changes in the education system with regard to SRH To establish Slovak FPA as a multi-disciplinary NGO charged with coordinating the delivery of SRH right across the community Cultural and religious constraints on the pursuit of this agenda are substantial. Slovak FPA is therefore very active in organizing conferences, press conferences and high-profile mass media activities to increase awareness of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among both professionals and the public. Slovak FPA organizes the training of teachers for sex education, and the training of volunteer-advisors for a telephone hotline which provides help and support to abused children. It runs lectures for nurses and physicians in postgraduate courses, undertakes targeted work with marginalized Roma communities, publishes a quarterly information bulletin, and works closely with international agencies such as WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNHCR to promote family planning both in Slovakia and abroad.  Some of the past projects of SFPA are: Improving Women’s Health through Sustainable Reproductive Health Care Services Education of nurses in the HIV prevention Roma project VISION 2000 – improving access of marginalized groups to reproductive health services Sexuality education – creation of methodical handbook for comprehensive sexuality education Gender mainstreaming in services of reproductive health Sexuality education in the context of human rights  Contact: Instagram

Slovak Family Planning Association - logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Slovak Family Planning Association

The Slovak Family Planning Association (Slovak FPA), Spoločnosť pre plánované rodičovstvo, is an organization comprising physicians, nurses, teachers, psychologists, journalists and lawyers who work in sexual and reproductive health. Its mission is to promote awareness of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues and to defend the individual’s basic human right to SRH. Slovak FPA has 3 main goals: To support, defend and monitor compliance with the basic human right of all men and women to make free and informed choices with respect to their own SRH To initiate changes in the education system with regard to SRH To establish Slovak FPA as a multi-disciplinary NGO charged with coordinating the delivery of SRH right across the community Cultural and religious constraints on the pursuit of this agenda are substantial. Slovak FPA is therefore very active in organizing conferences, press conferences and high-profile mass media activities to increase awareness of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among both professionals and the public. Slovak FPA organizes the training of teachers for sex education, and the training of volunteer-advisors for a telephone hotline which provides help and support to abused children. It runs lectures for nurses and physicians in postgraduate courses, undertakes targeted work with marginalized Roma communities, publishes a quarterly information bulletin, and works closely with international agencies such as WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNHCR to promote family planning both in Slovakia and abroad.  Some of the past projects of SFPA are: Improving Women’s Health through Sustainable Reproductive Health Care Services Education of nurses in the HIV prevention Roma project VISION 2000 – improving access of marginalized groups to reproductive health services Sexuality education – creation of methodical handbook for comprehensive sexuality education Gender mainstreaming in services of reproductive health Sexuality education in the context of human rights  Contact: Instagram

Tajik Family Planning Alliance logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Tajik Family Planning Alliance

The Tajikistan Family Planning Association (TFPA) is a voluntary, self-governed, non-profit organization. It exists to deliver information and services, and to advocate for the basic human right of all women, men and young people to make free and informed choices regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). TFPA plays a major role in disseminating information and providing clinical services. Special emphasis is given to the: Prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Prevention of unwanted pregnancy  Prevention of unsafe abortion TFPA reaches out to marginalized communities in remote and economically disadvantaged areas of the country. TFPA was officially registered at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan in 2002 after the General Assembly elected the Board of Directors and approved the organization charter and its structure. In 2008 TFPA was accredited and became a full IPPF Member Association.  

Tajik Family Planning Alliance logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Tajik Family Planning Alliance

The Tajikistan Family Planning Association (TFPA) is a voluntary, self-governed, non-profit organization. It exists to deliver information and services, and to advocate for the basic human right of all women, men and young people to make free and informed choices regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). TFPA plays a major role in disseminating information and providing clinical services. Special emphasis is given to the: Prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Prevention of unwanted pregnancy  Prevention of unsafe abortion TFPA reaches out to marginalized communities in remote and economically disadvantaged areas of the country. TFPA was officially registered at the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan in 2002 after the General Assembly elected the Board of Directors and approved the organization charter and its structure. In 2008 TFPA was accredited and became a full IPPF Member Association.  

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)  logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)

Väestöliitto is a non-governmental-organization working in the field of social services, health and human rights. Väestöliitto was founded in 1941 and is composed of 35 member organizations. Within a global network, Väestöliitto, Finland’s leading sexual rights organisation, works to promote sexual health and rights and gender equality. Through their activities the Väestöliitto works to allow every individual and couple to make free, responsible and informed choices about their sexuality, such as, forming close relationships, getting married, using contraception, and having children. Within the scope of this aim, Väestöliitto works to stop gender based violence. Väestöliitto’s operations are divided into services for citizens, research, and advocacy. Väestöliitto promotes family-friendly policies, sustainable population policies, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Finland, Europe, and globally. All of Väestöliitto’s advocacy aims to further the UN’s goals for sustainable development. Väestöliitto provides online-services for people of all ages at Hyvä kysymys online service. Väestöliitto also has chat service for young people focusing on sexual wellbeing. Väestöliitto provides a helpline telephone and web service for boys and young men. Contact: Facebook, Instagram  

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)  logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)

Väestöliitto is a non-governmental-organization working in the field of social services, health and human rights. Väestöliitto was founded in 1941 and is composed of 35 member organizations. Within a global network, Väestöliitto, Finland’s leading sexual rights organisation, works to promote sexual health and rights and gender equality. Through their activities the Väestöliitto works to allow every individual and couple to make free, responsible and informed choices about their sexuality, such as, forming close relationships, getting married, using contraception, and having children. Within the scope of this aim, Väestöliitto works to stop gender based violence. Väestöliitto’s operations are divided into services for citizens, research, and advocacy. Väestöliitto promotes family-friendly policies, sustainable population policies, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Finland, Europe, and globally. All of Väestöliitto’s advocacy aims to further the UN’s goals for sustainable development. Väestöliitto provides online-services for people of all ages at Hyvä kysymys online service. Väestöliitto also has chat service for young people focusing on sexual wellbeing. Väestöliitto provides a helpline telephone and web service for boys and young men. Contact: Facebook, Instagram  

Ukraine logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Women Health and Family Planning - Ukraine

For 20 years WHFP has been consistently and actively working in the field of reproductive health, strengthening and protecting the reproductive rights of people in Ukraine. Its main spheres of activity include: independent expertise and strategic development relating to national legislation and development of the legal framework in the field of reproductive health and family planning, in line with key international documents (e.g. Sustainable Development Goals, recommendations of the World Health Organisation and European Regional Strategy on Reproductive Health); education programs on sexuality education and healthy lifestyles; training for medical professionals; public awareness campaigns on cancer prevention among women; and rehabilitation programs for breast cancer survivors.      

Ukraine logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Women Health and Family Planning - Ukraine

For 20 years WHFP has been consistently and actively working in the field of reproductive health, strengthening and protecting the reproductive rights of people in Ukraine. Its main spheres of activity include: independent expertise and strategic development relating to national legislation and development of the legal framework in the field of reproductive health and family planning, in line with key international documents (e.g. Sustainable Development Goals, recommendations of the World Health Organisation and European Regional Strategy on Reproductive Health); education programs on sexuality education and healthy lifestyles; training for medical professionals; public awareness campaigns on cancer prevention among women; and rehabilitation programs for breast cancer survivors.