Reproductive Health : Links
There are 56 documents in this section.
14 May 2008
Worldwatch is a well-respected environmental organisation which has done much to alert the public and policy-makers to the long-term consequences of cropland loss, declining biological diversity, damaged fisheries, stressed water systems, unwise subsidies, poverty and consumer pressures in meeting the nutritional needs of a growing world population.
22 September 2006
This Delhi-based feature service provides news, features and opinions from a gender perspective, including items relating to women's reproductive health. Fresh updates from around the world every week. Women's Feature Service markets articles to print publications and websites.
24 August 2004
Founded by Margaret Sanger in 1916, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. is the world's largest voluntary reproductive health care organisation. Its website contains a variety of information on reproductive health issues, news, publications, a comprehensive links section, and more. The organisation also has an international programme at: www.plannedparenthood.org/global/
13 May 2004
Safehands for Mothers assists health professionals prevent deaths and suffering in pregnancy and childbirth, by improving the training of skilled care attendants through the production and distribution of educational films, videos and CD Roms. The website contains news, films, a photolibrary and links relating to Safe Motherhood issues.
17 September 2003
Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada (PPFC) has developed an interactive website that places HIV/AIDS in the context of sexual and reproductive health.Innovative in approach, this accessible and easy-to-use resource is particularly useful for service providers who work with women and youth. The site provides information on how HIV is transmitted and prevented. You can also test your knowledge of sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. Also available in French.
15 April 2003
The IPPF South Asia website provides a valuable source of information on sexual and reproductive health. The site contains background information on IPPF's member family planning associations in Bangladesh, India, Iran, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka and also features all the latest news in the field of sexual and reproductive health - updated daily. There is on-line access to its award-winning regional magazine, Real Lives and other publications and links to the websites of family planning associations in South Asia.
10 December 2002
The World Health Organisation's Department of HIV/AIDS has launched its long-awaited new web site. It contains a number of new documents including the AIDS Epidemic Update 2002.
24 May 2002
The portal provides a community built database of shared information, including data, research, projects, ideas and dialogue. It also covers the key topics and actions identified by ICPD. Notable features include a news service, a bulletin board, events calendar, discussion forum and links.
24 May 2002
This portal seeks to facilitate access to information and knowledge on development and poverty reduction and provides a space where people can share experiences.
22 May 2002
TWN, based in Malaysia, is an international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North-South relations. Its website contains a wealth of information on trade, environment, human and women's rights issues, from a broad developing world perspective. It also includes publications, papers, action alerts and UN statements.
- Welcome to our Website
- Voices from Planet 21
- Faith leaders lend support to family planning campaign
- Melinda Gates helps family planning make a fresh start
- COMMENTARY: The case for family planning that Rio+20 forgot
- Mixed signals for Africa's population growth
- Maternal deaths halved in 20 years, but faster progress needed
- We must stabilise the human population says Royal Society
- 215 million women still have unmet need for family planning
- COMMENTARY: World must wake up to the coming crisis in the Sahel
- UN calls for more support for family planning
- Demographics loom large in state failure
- More investment in youth needed, as world population tops 7 billion
- COMMENTARY: Overpopulation is too big a problem to ignore
- Population growth in Zambia: a view from the slums