Preventing unwanted pregnancies and protecting moms and babies since the 1980s.

  • Under the MindanaoHealth project, almost 72,000 women accessed and received desired long-acting, reversible contraception in six regions of Mindanao between 2013 and 2018.
  • During the sametime frame in the same regions, deliveries by skilled birth attendants increased from 65% to 74%.
  • MindanaoHealth project-supported Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health facilities provided more than 45,000 adolescents and youth with reproductive health information and services.
  • The National Reproductive Health/Family Planning Guidelines, which Jhpiego helped develop, are still being used by family planning providers to offer standardized services to clients across the Philippines.

Our Work in Philippines

This project, led by Oxfam Canada and funded by Global Affairs Canada, seeks to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for women and girls in six underserved, conflict-affected and disadvantaged regions of Philippines. To reach this goal, the project is providing the target population with culturally- and gender-sensitive sexual and reproductive health programs and services, and improving the effectiveness of women’s rights organizations to advance SRHR and prevent gender-based violence (GBV). As a technical partner, Jhpiego is improving the capacity of the public and private health system to provide comprehensive and gender-responsive SRHR information and services. This includes: training health service providers, enhancing youth-friendly and gender-responsive health facilities to provide comprehensive SRHR services, and enhancing the management and coordination for SRHR and GBV services.

The people we serve

Country Contact

Ingrid Magnata, National Program Coordinator

Tel. 632 3101744

SHE – Sexual Health Empowerment Program

Unit 501, 5th Floor Maria Nativad Building

470 T.M. Kalaw Avenue corner Cortada Street

Ermita, Manila

Philippines

Current and Recent Donors

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Global Affairs Canada

National Institutes of Health

USAID