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Emelyn Pelarios consults with a nurse from the local government of Cagwait about family planning. The health service provision activity in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur is part of the Global Affairs Canada-funded Sexual Health and Empowerment (SHE) project implemented by Oxfam Pilipinas through Sibog Katawhan Alang sa Paglambo (SIKAP). (Photo: Erwin Mascarinas/Oxfam)
Leonida Pacheco got pregnant with her first child in 2010. She was just 17 years old. She ended up dropping out of college to focus on motherhood and was never able to return to her studies after having a total of five children.
To commemorate World Sexual Health Day this September, Oxfam Pilipinas and a group of Filipino doctors released on social media short videos answering the most-asked questions about sexual health . On video-sharing platform TikTok, the videos were met with keen interest.
The Sexual Health and Empowerment (SHE) Project is now accepting applications from women's rights organizations (WRO) and civil society organizations (CSOs) for initiatives on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) initiatives. 
The Sexual Health and Empowerment (SHE) Project is now accepting applications from women's rights organizations (WRO) and civil society organizations (CSOs) for initiatives on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) initiatives.
Oxfam Pilipinas SHE Network calls for Unhampered delivery of SRHR services during COVID19
SHE Network for COVID19.png SHE Network for COVID19.png The Sexual Health and Empowerment (SHE) network is advocating for the continued and unhampered delivery of reproductive health (RH) services during the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). The provision of RH services is life-saving and should...
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