Our priorities in Sexual and Reproductive Health
Ensuring girls and boys have access to the right information so they their understand sexual health
Access to quality services
Increasing access of girls and boys, young women and young men to quality sexual and reproductive health services
Stopping harmful traditional practices
Ensuring girls and boys’ sexual health and well-being are not put at risk because of harmful practices and gender-based violence
Our Sexual and Reproductive Health results to date
- €21 million
- 73,730 health workers
- 8,555 health centres
3 February 2015Fomba 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 2014Making sex and its related health issues so real and funny is a whole league better than addressing them through formal teaching.
23 July 2014Although Kenya has made strides in outlawing FGM, child marriage and protecting children’s rights, the practise is still rampant.
21 November 2013Bobo 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.