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Sexual and Reproductive Health

We believe that upholding adolescents’ rights to sexual and reproductive health reduces gender-based sexual violence and improves health for future generations
Our Sexual and Reproductive Health results to date
  • €21 million
    invested in our sexual and reproductive health programmes in 2014
  • 73,730 health workers
    trained by Plan International last year
  • 8,555 health centres
    were constructed or rehabilitated in 2014

  • 3 February 2015
    Fomba Fatimata Niambali, a member of Mali’s parliament, blogs on progress to stop Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and why organisations such as Plan must be involved in the fight.
  • 31 August 2014
    Making sex and its related health issues so real and funny is a whole league better than addressing them through formal teaching.
  • 23 July 2014
    Although Kenya has made strides in outlawing FGM, child marriage and protecting children’s rights, the practise is still rampant.
  • 21 November 2013
    Bobo Seide, a widow in Bafatá, Guinea-Bissau, carried out female genital mutilation on girls for 20 years until she learned about the dangers from Plan. Today she is an anti-FGM activist.