Ipas Pakistan conducted a virtual session in the united nation 65th CSW – highlighting Ipas work and findings. Based on the Ipas session in the 65th CSW, an article in a very renowned Pakistani newspaper was published which talked about the reproductive health issues in the country and the Ipas
Research & Publications
Ipas Pakistan supports empirical research projects that help in generating evidence and supports decision-making in the field of post-abortion care and related areas. Research papers and outputs published in international impact factor journals are excellent examples of dissemination, and conference proceedings in national and international conferences continue to benefit abortion care and promotion of safe abortion services in Pakistan.
A blog showcasing the need for sexual and reproductive health and rights services as part of universal health coverage under which abortion is one of the most important and time-sensitive services needed by women and girls.
A research article on “COVID -19 outbreak; Current Scenario and Implications on Sexual and Reproductive health services in Pakistan” was submitted to the Youth Coalition’s call for submissions in “ The safe Abortion Watchdog 2020”. The article got accepted and featured in the safe Abortion Watchdog on September 28th, 2020.
Ipas Pakistan, in collaboration with the PAPAC members, has developed and endorsed the statement on CoronaVirus (COVID-19) infection & SRH, and Postabortion Care. This statement emphasizes the continuity of sexual and reproductive health services, pregnancy care, including abortion care and contraception, as essential health services, during this period of a
A positive statement regarding “Healthcare providers are unaware that abortions in Pakistan are not illegal and are instead restricted, owing to flexibility in the law, a health expert revealed on Wednesday.” An article was published in Dawn on December 6th, 2018, in which representatives from different organizations, including the country
Publication in Frontiers on Telehealth Hybrid model showcasing Ipas collaboration with partners Sehat Kahani.
Increasing safe abortion access through universal health care: promising signs from Nepal and Pakistan
Universal health coverage (UHC) has been identified as a means of addressing health inequalities to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), UHC means that all individuals and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship. It includes the