The Network’s project activities are undertaken by Network members in collaboration with Network coordinator, the Margaret Pyke Trust, and are designed to support the Network’s advocacy focus. “A Re Itireleng”, one of our South Africa projects, integrates family planning and conservation livelihood actions which have been designed for the climate impacted site. USHAPE in Uganda is reducing the high level of unmet need for family planning in communities living adjacent to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Around Tshilwavhusiku, our second South African project site, a Network member is incorporating family planning service provision into their sexual and gender based violence work, for the first time. Finally, the Margaret Pyke Volunteers provide training to clinicians at project sites in the developing world, where Network members have identified particular sexual and reproductive health training need.