A project designed to develop adolescent girls’ Life Skills to deal with SRH issues in their peers, families, and communities.
The World Starts With Me
‘The World Starts With Me’ is a computer-based comprehensive sexuality education programme for youth in Pakistan, Uganda, Kenya, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Life Skills Based Education
This programme provides young people with the knowledge, and life skills required for promoting their well-being, preventing social and health problems and empowering them in achieving and safeguarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
HIV & AIDS Reduction Project
The HIV & AIDS project is implemented for HIV Prevention and Harm Reduction services to Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) and their spouses and sexual partners in selected districts of Punjab and Sindh.
Rutgers WPF is running an advocacy campaign on Safe Motherhood which was launched on International Mother's Day 2008 under the banner of “Saving the Soul Bearers” to spread awareness about maternal mortality in Pakistan.
May 2013 - onwards |
Rutgers WPF has announced Media Competitive Awards to acknowledge the efforts of Pakistani journalists in advocating various stakeholders against the harmful consequences of child marriages, particularly in Sindh. The awards are open to all journalists belonging to press, electronic and social media. Owing to overwhelming response from media persons, deadline for submission of entries for Media Competitive Awards under AGE project has been extended to May 15th, 2013. For more details, visit our website.
April 2013 - onwards |
Dissemination seminar will be organized in Jacobbabad, Nasiarabad and Dera Ghazi Khan to share the findings of research study on domestic violence against women in April.
About Rutgers WPF
Rutgers WPF is a renowned centre of expertise on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Its activities are mainly carried out in the Netherlands, Africa and Asia. Its aim is to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights throughout the world. Rutgers WPF supports partner organisations and professionals in their work, increasing their expertise on sexuality.
As of 1st January 2011 World Population Foundation and Rutgers Nisso Groep have merged into Rutgers WPF.