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Global Partners

Our visit to South Africa

Our South African Partners Visit New Jersey

Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey joined with the Planned Parenthood Association of the Mercer Area in a partnership to participate in Planned Parenthood’s Global Partners in Local Communities program.  The two affiliates have  partnered with Planned Parenthood of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal office in Durban, South Africa (PPASA KZN). 

During the course of the partnership, the three agencies exchanged best practices, expertise and ideas on a wide variety of topics, including agency governance, health services, community education and fundraising.  The highlight of this partnership was two exchange visits – a PPAMA and PPCNJ delegation visited South Africa in late spring and a delegation from KwaZulu-Natal visited central New Jersey in the fall. 

About the Partners

PPCNJ and PPAMA are the leading providers of reproductive health care in Mercer, Middlesex and Monmouth Counties.   Together we serve more than 44,000 women, teens, families and professionals each year with reproductive health care and education programs.  We are also leading advocates in New Jersey for access to these services.

PPASA KZN is one of Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa’s largest provincial offices.  It supports a wide range of projects in a variety of urban, rural and deep rural communities with limited resources.  Their primary focus has been on HIV/AIDS prevention, adolescent sexual reproductive health and voluntary counseling and testing. 


Global Partners can come to your school or organization 

We are excited about our global partnership and eager to share what we’ve been learning with the community.  If you would like more information about Global Partners or a speaker for a class or a civic or religious group, please contact  The Development and Communications Department at 732-842-9300.   We welcome the opportunity to speak with interested groups and organizations.



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