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Asia Pacific Alliance for Sexual and  Reproductive Health and Rights

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CEDAW SDG Learning Exchange for SRHR Activists in asia Pacific

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APA at the UN ESCAP Commission on Social Development

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals Priorities for Australia and the Pacific 2020

Our Work

We mobilize civil society action for SRHR in Asia and the Pacific

APA members are united in their commitment to the realization of SRHR for all.

Asia Pacific Transgender Network (APTN)

Thailand

Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights

Canada

Asia Catalyst

Thailand

Africa Japan Forum

Japan

Aliansi Remaja Independen

Indonesia

APCOM

Thailand

Asia Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development

Thailand

Burnet Institute

Australia

CARAM Asia

Malaysia

China Family Planning Association

China

Family Planning New South Wales

Australia

Family Planning New Zealand

New Zealand

Family Planning Victoria

Australia

Family Planning Welfare Association of the Northern Territory

Australia

Indonesia Planned Parenthood Association/ Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia

Indonesia

International Community of Women Living with HIV in Asia Pacific (ICWAP)

Thailand

Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning (JOICFP)

Japan

Marie Stopes International (MSI)

UK

Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT)

Thailand

Population Action International

USA

Population Foundation of India

India

Raks Thai Foundation

Thailand

Shine SA

Australia

Sukaar Welfare Organization

Pakistan

SERAC

BANGLADESH

Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers

Thailand

Bandhu Social Welfare Society

Bangladesh

Testimonial

Here’s what some of our members have to say about the APA network
“The diversity in SRHR needs & issues of the countries in Asia Pacific region require coming together for dialogue, knowledge sharing, advocacy and joint action and APA is providing the platform to do exactly that !”
Rubina Ali
SRHR activist from Pakistan
"As a youth member of APA’s Steering Committee, I gained invaluable knowledge and skills as I lobbied and advocated for SRHR in different regional and international spaces. I felt more confident as I know APA and its partners is there to support me. One concrete example is when I delivered a statement on behalf of more than 52 CSOs from 24 countries for the 6th Asian and the Pacific Population Conference (6APPC) and the ICPD PoA in Asia Pacific. "
Lloyd Nunag
Youth Coalition representative from the Philippines
“If you are seeking detailed information on SRHR advocacy focused on Asia and the Pacific region, there is the Asia Pacific Alliance. ARI is a youth-led organization based in Indonesia which has been a member of APA since 2015. As an organization working for youth's SRHR, mostly in advocacy, we need detailed and updated information in relation to international and regional advocacy opportunities that might be relevant to our work. Since we joined APA, we have received a lot of relevant information for our advocacy work, such as Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development, CPD, and many more.”
Kemas Achmad Mujoko (Jojo)
National Coordinator of Aliansi Remaja Independen (ARI), Indonesia
"Youth Advocacy Network is national youth-led and volunteer based organization in Pakistan. We found Asia Pacific Alliance (APA) to be a great platform for learning, advocacy and networking. APA is providing us the opportunity, resources and platform to highlight issues of young people related to human rights from grassroots to regional and international level. We congratulate and wish the APA team all the BEST on such wonderful efforts.”
Fsahat Ul Hassan
Chair, Youth Advocacy Network (YAN) Pakistan