Who We Work With

The IFPA works with other organisations, networks and alliances to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights in Ireland and across the world. We are affiliated to the following international and national organisations:



  • The HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme (SHCPP), tasked with addressing sexual health and crisis pregnancy in Ireland, supports the IFPA’s nationwide pregnancy counselling service. The IFPA also works with the SHCPP to implement the National Sexual Health Strategy and is a member of the SHCPP Communications and Advisory Groups.
  • The IFPA is a member of the HPV Alliance, a group of 40 organisations that have come together to present the fact about the HPV vaccine.
  • The IFPA is a registered practitioner with CervicalCheck, the National Cervical Screening Programme, and provides free cervical screening to almost 3,000 women annually. The IFPA also partners with CervicalCheck on the Pearl of Wisdom campaign, a national cervical cancer prevention campaign delivered during European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week since 2008.
  • The IFPA is a member of Dóchas, the association of Irish non-governmental development organisations who are committed to tackling poverty and inequality worldwide.. The IFPA is also a signatory of the Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images and Messaging.
  • The IFPA is a member of the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI), Ireland’s leading national women’s membership organisation seeking full equality between women and men.
  • The IFPA works closely with the Union of Students of Ireland (USI), the national representative body for students in third level education in Ireland. The IFPA delivers sexual health training to USI officers and is an official partner of USI’s annual Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance (SHAG) Week.