In 2015, our network of advocates, health care providers, educators, and volunteers provided almost 200,000 Sexual and Reproductive Health services across the English-, French-, and Dutch-speaking Caribbean. We also facilitated country-level policy change in support of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Our work is grounded in the belief that health care is a basic human right. We are devoted to ensuring access to quality health services for all, particularly in impoverished and marginalized communities.
We work with our local associations, governments, and the private sector to deliver more than 150,000 services across the English-, French-, and Dutch-speaking Caribbean each year. More than half of clients who receive these services—which include contraception, cervical cancer screening, and HIV testing—are poor and underserved.
In our latest Annual Report, you can learn more about our work with governments and donors to secure policies and funding that meet the real-life needs of vulnerable communities. From mobile health clinics in St. Lucia to sexuality education in Aruba, we work to make sure every individual has access to the information and services they need to make informed decisions about their health and well-being.