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The needs and challenges of women s sexual reproductive health in eastern europe and central asia

The Needs and Challenges of Women’s Sexual & Reproductive Health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

RHSC Conference,

Addis Ababa,

June 24th, 2011

Joanna Dec,

IPPF European Network

Regional Executive Committee Member


Ippf european network

IPPF EUROPEAN NETWORK

  • Members in 41 countries in Europe and Central Asia

  • Some of IPPF’s founder members are from the region

  • Creation of 21 MAs in post-Soviet Eastern Europe, Balkans and Central Asia

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights what do women want

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights:What do women want?

  • Sexual health and well being

  • Choice of if/when to have children and how many

  • Safe motherhood

  • Bodily integrity

►Access

►Quality

►Information

►Rights

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Contraceptive prevalence modern methods

Contraceptive Prevalence, Modern Methods

Choosing if and when to have a child

Source: UNFPA, State of the World Population, 2010

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Contraceptive prevalence modern traditional methods

Contraceptive Prevalence, Modern + Traditional Methods

Choosing if and when to have a child

Source: UNFPA, State of the World Population, 2010

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Rhsc conference addis ababa june 24 th 2011 joanna dec ippf european network

Choosing if and when to have a child

Source: UNFPA, State of the World Population, 2010


Link between abortion and reliable contraception

Link between abortion and reliable contraception

Choosing if and when to have a child

Sources:

UNFPA, State of the World Population, 2010

WHO, European Health For All Database, 2010


Rhsc conference addis ababa june 24 th 2011 joanna dec ippf european network

Choosing if and when to have a child

Abortions by age group

Source: WHO, European Health For All Database, 2010


Critical issues

Choosing if and when to have a child

Critical Issues

  • Urban/rural disparities in access to services

  • Lack of knowledge on contraceptives and abortion methods

  • Poor quality of services, particularly counselling on contraceptives

  • Limited choice of contraceptives

  • High cost of contraceptives

  • Continuity of supply


Rhsc conference addis ababa june 24 th 2011 joanna dec ippf european network

Critical Issue:

Comprehensive Sexuality Education

  • Essential for young people to have healthy and fulfilling sexuality

  • Not mandatory in all countries (very controversial in some)

  • Many variations between and within countries on:

  • Starting age and duration

  • Quality of teaching and teacher training

  • Quality of materials

  • Breadth of content: very often narrow (biological) and negative

  • Good materials and guidelines exist: we need to advocate for them

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Rhsc conference addis ababa june 24 th 2011 joanna dec ippf european network

Thank you!

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