On-Going projects

IPRH works to improve the reproductive health and wellness of women and girls in Ethiopia, including those with disabilities, by enhancing the knowledge and skills of medical professionals, supporting community healthcare services, and providing material and human resources.

 

Our Work
In Ethiopia

We work with Ethiopian healthcare agencies to improve the availability of cervical cancer screening.

Approximately 40% of the population lives within 5 kilometers or one hours walk of a health facility.

We work to create access to reproductive health services for all women.

IPRH: Knowledge Center

Our work in Ethiopia has taught us valuable lessons on working with diverse communities, navigating the challenges of women’s health in resource-limited settings, and, more specifically, working in Ethiopia. Our knowledge center is a place for you to learn about our work and the lessons we’ve learned from the field.

Global Reproductive Health

We Work to Improve Reproductive Health: Our Impact at a Glance

Our work in Ethiopia has had a tangible impact on the lives of women across Ethiopia. We create an even bigger impact with every dollar donated.

Location

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Adama Ethiopia

Vision

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Global Women's Health

Work

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Building Cervical Cancer Screening Programs

Goals

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Access to Care and Advocacy

Knowledge Sharing

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Working With Ethiopian Researchers

Knowledge Synthesis

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Shared Ideas and Skill-Building

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As a new non-for-profit, the International Partnership for Reproductive Health relies strongly on our partners and donors for support. Please consider contributing your time, skills, expertise, or resources to IPRH by partnering with us or donating to our cause.

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