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WINGS RESULTS JANUARY - JUNE 2018 going where we’re needed The focus of our service provision efforts this year is patient-centered, rights-based care. Working in 11 departments, we try to fill the gaps left by other national resources in terms of access to reproductive health services. We are seeing that our patients often have greater access to short-acting contraceptive methods from the Ministry of Health but do not have reliable providers for long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) or permanent procedures. As such, we continue to provide fewer short-acting methods and more LARCs and surgeries.

Our impact from january-june 2018*

unintended pregnancies prevented

8,494

56

child deaths prevented

maternal deaths prevented

4

*Estimated using the Marie Stopes International Impact 2 model

service provision 26% 52% 58% 52%

CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING: 699 of 3,700 projected for 2018 voluntary surgical contraception: 877 of 1,693 projected for 2018

77% vasectomy:

49% tubal ligation:

758 of 1,539 projected

119 of 154 projected

Long-acting reversible contraceptiON: 1,737 of 3,010 projected for 2018

62% COPPER INTRAUTERINE DEVICE: 285 of 460 projected

57% SUBDERMAL HORMONAL IMPLANT: 1,452 of 2,550 projected

SHORT-acting reversible contraceptiON: 14,056 of 26,900 projected for 2018

36% injection

(quarterly): 2,545 of 7,000 projected

41% injection

(monthly): 1,425 of 3,500 projected

26% contraceptive

pills: 369 of 1,400 projected

emergency contraception pill (EC): 34

65% condoms:

9,717 of 15,000 projected


The first half of 2018 was capped by the eruption of Volcán de Fuego on June 3. With a fury not seen in 60 years, nature forever changed the lives of thousands of Guatemalans. For the following weeks, WINGS became involved in the volcano response, as thousands of dollars poured in to help the victims of this tragedy. Even though WINGS does not work in disaster relief, the international community trusted us to get their money to where it could do the most good. We remain committed to that end and will continue to keep our supporters up to date. volcano response fund through june 30, 2018 Picture: Our nurse Martha attends a patient in a temporary shelter set up in response to the volcanic eruption

revenue $ 63,583

expense $ 22,082

balance $ 41,501

YOUTH PEER EDUCATION PROGRAM number of adolescents obtaining a contraceptive method: 785 of 977

80%

We have restructured our Youth Peer Education Program into three distinct youth group levels in 2018. Level 1 includes youth between the ages of 13 and 15; Level 2 includes youth ages 16 to 19; and Level 3 includes 15 youth program graduates ages 19 to 24. Level 3 is a new age group for WINGS and focuses on staying engaged with past program graduates from both Sacatepéquez and Alta Verapaz. Our 43 Youth Leaders helped us reach 2,369 of their peers with reproductive health education in the first half of the year. Based on annual trends, we expect them to triple that number by the end of the year!

projected for 2018

562 short-acting methods 223 long-acting methods

Picture: WINGS Youth Leader explains our youth-friendly space to local adolescents

financial results revenue

January-june actual annual projected

FOUNDATIONS INDIVIDUALS OTHER IN KIND

$ 266,962 $ 247,232 $ 17,477 $ 842

$ 583,500 $ 353,000 $ 21,000 $ -

TOTAL REVENUE NET SURPLUS

$ 532,513 $ 71,273

$ 957,500 $ 87,262

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EXPENSES ADMINISTRATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS TOTAL EXPENSES

January-june actual annual projected $ 60,451 $ 55,613 $ 345,176 $ 461,240

© WINGS GUATEMALA 2018

$ $ $ $

102,365 96,448 671,425 870,238

WINGS Mid-Year Report 2018  
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