MSP exists to enable women, youth and children to have greater access to reproductive health care for successful family planning; and to support vulnerable populations in the Pacific.
The MSP program seeks to provide a comprehensive range of health and social services for women and youth. With a focus on strengthening sexual reproductive health care services and family planning and increasing options in service delivery.
MSP provides youth friendly services and seeks to address key youth issues in SRH, such as
1. teenage pregnancies
2. unmet need for contraception in young people
3. STI, HIV/AIDs and Reproductive Tract Infections (RTIs) and
4. sexual violence.
MSP is promoting healthy behaviours through the MSP “healthy choices” community awareness and outreach program.
MSP is committed to rights based and voluntary family planning and works to ensure Pacific women and adolescents have access to quality and professional health services, particularly reproductive health and maternal and child health services. MSP works to raise the status of women and seeks to end Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) and provides clinical services to respond to sexual assault.