CEPEP is a leader in delivering high-quality sexual and reproductive health services in Paraguay through four clinics nationwide, and its network of volunteers that distribute contraceptives in rural and underserved urban communities. A key component of CEPEP’s work is increasing young people’s access to low-cost or free sexual and reproductive health services, including counseling, contraception, and testing for sexually transmitted infections.

CEPEP played a key role in the development of Paraguay’s national plan for sexual and reproductive health 2014-2018 and is recognized for its advocacy and research on issues including violence against women and the health and rights of young people.