This alliance has developed the Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK) programme using the slogan: ‘What young people want, what young people need’. The aim of the programme is to improve the knowledge of and access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of young people (10 - 24 years). The programme is currently being implemented in seven countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Uganda, Indonesia and Pakistan.
Child Helpline International (CHI) is the global network of 173 child helplines officially established in 2003 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. As of 2012, CHI has responded to over 126 million calls through its helplines in 142 countries from children and young people in need of care and protection. CHI is supporting ‘Madadgar National Helpline’ through MFS-II’s Girl Power Programme in Pakistan since 2010.
dance4life is an innovative, international initiative designed to inspire, mobilise and unite young people (13–19 years old) to promote SRHR and push back the spread of HIV and AIDS. Dance4life works with young people in 24 countries around the world spread over 5 continents. The national partner for dance4life in Pakistan since 2010 is Rutgers WPF Pakistan.
International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global NGO promoting SRHR and advocating the right of individuals to make their own choices in family planning. Since 1952, IPPF consists of more than 149 Member Associations working in more than 172 countries. IPPF is working in Pakistan through its member association, Rehnuma-Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP).
Rutgers WPF envisages a world in which all people are equally able to enjoy sexual and reproductive health and well-being, and exercise their sexual and reproductive rights. Since 1997, Rutgers WPF has been adopting innovative advocacy approaches to promote SRHR in Pakistan and achieving the health, population and development targets more effectively.
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