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In Focus - SE Changemakers | Angelie Chotalal Clinic Coordinator FPATT

Clinic Coordinator of the Family Planning Association of Trinidad and Tobago (FPATT) shares insight into the life-changing work of the Association, how they tapped into innovative funding avenues, and the steady transformation of their social enterprise.
Marta the ED from Profamilia, Colombia

17 September 2020

IPPF interviewed Profamilia Colombia's Executive Director, Marta Royo, to discuss what it means to be a member of a global Federation like IPPF, and what her hopes are for the Americas region.

Marta the ED from Profamilia, Colombia

17 September 2020

IPPF interviewed Profamilia Colombia's Executive Director, Marta Royo, to discuss what it means to be a member of a global Federation like IPPF, and what her hopes are for the Americas region.

Male youth counsellor

23 May 2017

When Gary Hawkins began working at the library he assumed he would help teenagers with their homework or use his experience as DJ G Money to encour

Male youth counsellor

23 May 2017

When Gary Hawkins began working at the library he assumed he would help teenagers with their homework or use his experience as DJ G Money to encour

"The jungle has the highest rates of teen pregnancies and death during childbirth in Peru," said Stefanie. "These are national problems that affect the most vulnerable people. It was a wake-up call for me."

27 February 2014

Latin America and the Caribbean has the second highest rate of adolescent pregnancies in the world. Nearly 40% of women become pregnant before the age of twenty, and 1 in 5 births are to adolescent women. Pregnancy is the leading cause of death for women ages 15-44 years old.

"The jungle has the highest rates of teen pregnancies and death during childbirth in Peru," said Stefanie. "These are national problems that affect the most vulnerable people. It was a wake-up call for me."

27 February 2014

Latin America and the Caribbean has the second highest rate of adolescent pregnancies in the world. Nearly 40% of women become pregnant before the age of twenty, and 1 in 5 births are to adolescent women. Pregnancy is the leading cause of death for women ages 15-44 years old.

Marta the ED from Profamilia, Colombia

17 September 2020

IPPF interviewed Profamilia Colombia's Executive Director, Marta Royo, to discuss what it means to be a member of a global Federation like IPPF, and what her hopes are for the Americas region.

Marta the ED from Profamilia, Colombia

17 September 2020

IPPF interviewed Profamilia Colombia's Executive Director, Marta Royo, to discuss what it means to be a member of a global Federation like IPPF, and what her hopes are for the Americas region.

Male youth counsellor

23 May 2017

When Gary Hawkins began working at the library he assumed he would help teenagers with their homework or use his experience as DJ G Money to encour

Male youth counsellor

23 May 2017

When Gary Hawkins began working at the library he assumed he would help teenagers with their homework or use his experience as DJ G Money to encour

"The jungle has the highest rates of teen pregnancies and death during childbirth in Peru," said Stefanie. "These are national problems that affect the most vulnerable people. It was a wake-up call for me."

27 February 2014

Latin America and the Caribbean has the second highest rate of adolescent pregnancies in the world. Nearly 40% of women become pregnant before the age of twenty, and 1 in 5 births are to adolescent women. Pregnancy is the leading cause of death for women ages 15-44 years old.

"The jungle has the highest rates of teen pregnancies and death during childbirth in Peru," said Stefanie. "These are national problems that affect the most vulnerable people. It was a wake-up call for me."

27 February 2014

Latin America and the Caribbean has the second highest rate of adolescent pregnancies in the world. Nearly 40% of women become pregnant before the age of twenty, and 1 in 5 births are to adolescent women. Pregnancy is the leading cause of death for women ages 15-44 years old.