New Zealand Sexual and Reproductive Health Educational Charitable Trust

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The New Zealand Sexual and Reproductive Health Educational Charitable Trust is a Government-funded program that is operated by the pro-abortion Family Planning Association.

About

Funding

In the 2007/2008 Financial year, the trust received $85,500 and in the 2008/2009 Financial year, $95,110.31 in funding from the Government.[1]

Officers

The following are officers of the trust: Anne Robertson (since 2009), Cynthia Farquhar since 2005, Donald Crawford (since 2004), Margaret Sparrow, Edward Coughlan, Helen Roberts, Sue Bagshaw and Christine Roke (since 2003).[2]

Diploma in Sexual & Reproductive Health

Students are required to spend 400 hours work experience at a Family Planning clinic and up to 100 hours sitting in on, or doing abortion clinic sessions.[3]

Mentors

The following are mentors for the Diploma in Sexual & Reproductive Health:[3]

Supervisors

The following are supervisors for the Diploma in Sexual & Reproductive Health:[3]

Northern Region

Gynaecology:

Family Planning:

Sexual Health:

Central Region

Gynaecology & Sexual Health:

Family Planning:

Southern Region

Gynaecology:

Family Planning:

Sexual Health:

References

  1. Charities Commission website: New Zealand Sexual and Reproductive Health Educational Charitable Trust: Statement of Financial Performance, 2009
  2. Charities Commission website: New Zealand Sexual and Reproductive Health Educational Charitable Trust profile (accessed on 12 July, 2010)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 FPA website: Diploma in Sexual & Reproductive Health Prospectus