On International Women's Day more than 10,000 women and men marched through the streets of Paramaribo, Suriname to raise awareness about breast cancer, a leading cause of death for Surinamese women. Taking advantage of the opportunity to distribute information about its cancer prevention and...Read more
When we accredit IPPF Member Associations, we work to assess the effectiveness of the association in providing accessible and quality sexual and reproductive health services. These ‘audits’ ensure that each affiliate complies with a comprehensive list of IPPF standards. As part of the accreditation...Read more
When we accredit IPPF Member Associations, we work to assess the effectiveness of the association in providing accessible and quality sexual and reproductive health services. These ‘audits’ ensure that each affiliate complies with a comprehensive list of IPPF standards. As part of the accreditation...Read more
The tiny baby was hugely distressed: Being tested for HIV just a few weeks after her birth was not her idea of a good time. Crying her lungs out, she made her discomfort loud and clear. But don’t be fooled: In Suriname, where two of the leading causes of death are AIDS and reproductive cancers,...Read more
The tiny baby was hugely distressed: Being tested for HIV just a few weeks after her birth was not her idea of a good time. Crying her lungs out, she made her discomfort loud and clear. But don’t be fooled: In Suriname, where two of the leading causes of death are AIDS and reproductive cancers,...Read more
Suriname is a little known but fascinating country. Located north of the Brazilian Amazon region, the country spans just 63,000 square miles but contains a wealth of diversity: Suriname is home to just over half a million residents who speak 25 languages and practice nearly all of the world’s...Read more
Suriname is a little known but fascinating country. Located north of the Brazilian Amazon region, the country spans just 63,000 square miles but contains a wealth of diversity: Suriname is home to just over half a million residents who speak 25 languages and practice nearly all of the world’s...Read more