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SRHIndia_coverSexual and Reproductive Health Financing in India: Making SRHR Count.  2014  

This study examines the patterns of spending on SRH in India and investigates the changing pattern of spending at state level, comparing the results from two states, Karnataka and Bihar; the former for its relatively high development indicators and the latter for its lower indicators. Findings show that India has not made sufficient progress towards achieving universal access to reproductive health and the reduction maternal mortality. Read the study here.

 

 

Cover_SRHR_ResourceFlows_2012Resource Flows for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Asia and the Pacific: GAPS AND OPPORTUNITIES. 2012  

This report replicates and builds on the Resource Flows Project 2010 Report to strengthen the case for SRHR in Asia and the Pacific. It shows how unmet needs, as well as how the funding and international aid architecture has changed. A new section on South-South cooperation and triangular cooperation has been included, which identifies some of the key emerging donors for Asia and the Pacific and uptapped opportunities. Read the publication here.

 

 

apa_engaging_the_new_asean_2012_cover Engaging the 'New' ASEAN. 2012

This  60-page resource kit provides an overview of sexual and reporodutive health and rights (SRHR) in the 10 ASEAN member states and the key ASEAN structures and stakeholders related to SRHR; as well as tools and frameworks with recommendations of opportunities for civil society engagement with ASEAN.  Read the kit here.

 

 

 

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 Making SRHR Count: Asia Pacific Resource Flows Project. 2010 

This report tracks and analyzes existing data on resources flows for SRHR for a wide range of countries in Asia and the Pacific.  It identifies the gaps and most urgent needs for SRHR donor assistance, and lays out the challenges and opportunies for resource flow tracking.  Read the full report here.

 

 

 

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 Contraceptive Security and Meeting Reproductive Health Needs in SE Asia. 2010

This synthesis report reviews the provision of contraceptive services and commodities in Southeast Asia, assessing progress in achieving contraceptive security and meeting the reproductive health needs of the region's population. Read the full report here.

 

 

 

cover_apa_intimate_relations_2008 Intimate Relations: Sex, Lives and Poverty. 2008

This resource was created for policy-makers and programmers who work in the international development sector. The resource uses key international and Pacific based information to show how investment in sexual and reproductive health and rights contributes to the reduction of poverty.  Read the full report here.

 

 

Publications 

APA supports evidence based research in order to strengthen regional advocacy work. Advocacy work is more effective and powerful when it is supported by reliable data.  APA Secretariat produces two types of publications:

APA Factsheets for Advocacy

APA Research Publications for Advocacy 

APA Blogs 

News 

Resource 

APA Factsheets and Policy Briefs

 

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 Advancing Sexual Rights Through the Sustainable Development Goals

This series of 7 policy briefs aims to assist APA members and other advocates in using the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to hold governments accountable to commitments they have made towards protecting and promoting sexual rights. Each policy brief covers an overview of key sexual rights issues within a country and compares them with commitments at the national, regional and international levels, and outlines opportunities for advocates to engage with governments and other stakeholders to strengthen accountability. Download the briefs here: Fiji, Georgia, Indonesia, PakistanPapua New Guinea, Philippines, Turkey.

 

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 From  Commitment to Action : A Factsheet on Implementing the 2013 Asia and Pacific Ministerial Declaration on Population and Development 

 In September 2013, the governments in Asia Pacific adopted the 'Asian and Pacific Ministerial Declaration on Population and Development' a progressive and visionary agenda to advance people's rights and well-being through inclusive and equitable development in the region over the next decade which gained unprecedented support and endorsements from member states.  APA, in collaboration with partners, produced a series of 7 factsheets on the main outcomes on different topics: an Overview; Women and Girls; Adolescents and Young People; Migrants; SOGI; and Modalities of Implementation.

 

 

apa_apcaso_women_and _girls_2011_political_declaration_coverWomen and Girls and the 2011 Political Declaration  

APA Secretariat, in collaboration with APCASO, developed a Briefing Paper addressing the impact of the 2011 Political Declaration on women and girls, including key affected populations. Part of the InFocus series, it zooms in on the meaning the Declaration holds for the lives of women and girls in Asia and the Pacific,  the challenges they face, and the policy and programme responses needed, highlighting 3 crucial target and elimination commitments.  Download the Factsheet here. The factsheet has been translated into Bahasa, Chinese, Nepali, Spanish and Thai languages.

 

 

Cover_for_web_MDG5_InfoKitInvesting in Sexual and Reproductive Health Saves Women's Lives

An information kit prepared by APA Secretariat on MDG5, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Supplies and the Funding Gap in Asia and the Pacific.  Download the information kit here.

 

 

 

 

Cover_RH_Supplies_FS_Page_1A Primer on Reproductive Health Supplies in Asia and the Pacific

This information kit prepared by APA Secretariat provides an overview of the contraceptive and reproductive health supply challenges in countries of Asia and the Pacific. Information is presented to support advocacy efforts and highlight regional issues and priorities for donors, policymakers, suppliers and programme managers. Published in 2009. Download the primer here.


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