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Issue 1 | January 2017
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Happy New Year from all of us at ARROW. We'd like to share some inspiration to kick off the new year. Presenting the first batch of animated short films from a series being produced by ARROW and partners as part of the #SRHR4ALL campaign which highlights the need for universal access for sexual and reproductive health and rights in Asia.
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Cambodia
The Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia (RHAC) shows that while access to safe abortion services is legal in the country, there is still a need to raise awareness on this to ensure that women have access to sexual and reproductive health and rights. Want to find out more about the status of SRHR in Cambodia?

Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
China
Comprehensive Sexuality Education in China
The Yunnan Health and Development Research Association (YHDRA) in China highlights why comprehensive sexuality education is essential for the country's future. Want to find out more about the status of SRHR in China? 

Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
 
India
Access to Contraception in India
Rural Women’s Social Education Centre (RUWSEC) in India highlights why young people need access to contraception. Want to find out more about the status of SRHR in India? 

Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
Nepal
Safe Abortion Services in Nepal
Beyond Beijing Committee in Nepal shows that while access to safe abortion services is legal in the country, there is still a need to raise awareness on this to ensure that women have access to sexual and reproductive health and rights. Want to find out more about the status of SRHR in Nepal?

Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
Philippines
Access to Safe Abortion in the Philippines
Likhaan from the Philippines highlights how religion has affected women's access to sexual and reproductive health services in the country, including access to safe and legal abortion services. Want to find out more about the status of SRHR in the Philippines?

Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country Profile on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
Want to take action to call for #SRHR4ALL? 

Visit www.srhrforall.org 
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Based in Malaysia, the Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW) has been working since 1993 to champion women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). We try to achieve this through interlinked strategies of information and communications for change, monitoring and research for evidence-based advocacy, strengthening partnerships for advocacy and organisational development. 

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