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Webinar: What We Learned - Prioritizing SRHR during Infectious Disease Outbreaks in Humanitarian Settings

Date: Tuesday, June 7th

Time: 9am New York/4pm Nairobi/7pm Dhaka

 

As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s imperative that the global community take stock of lessons learned from efforts to maintain access to essential sexual and reproductive health services so we can be better prepared for the next infectious disease outbreak.  In particular, experiences from humanitarian settings offer important lessons from prioritizing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) during emergencies that can help inform preparedness efforts globally.  

 

Join the International Rescue Committee (IRC) on June 7th to examine lessons learned around ensuring SRHR during infectious disease outbreaks, based on our experiences with both COVID-19 and Ebola Virus Disease. Together, we will explore case studies from Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Nigeria, demonstrating how the Minimum Initial Services Package for Reproductive Health in Emergencies (MISP) should be used as a framework for prioritizing lifesaving care.

 

REGISTER HERE 

 

Presenters: 

·         Dr. Abu Syem Shahin, Senior Health Coordinator, IRC Bangladesh 

·         Alice Janvrin, Humanitarian Technical Lead,  International Planned Parenthood Federation 

·         Gillian McKay, Global Health Researcher & Consultant

·         Tahirat Omolara Eniola, Research and Innovation Manager, IRC Nigeria 

 

Translation will be available through Wordly.ai for 20 languages. 

 

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Erin Wheeler (she/her/hers) |Senior Technical Advisor, Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights
International Rescue Committee

122 E 42nd Street, New York, NY 10168-1289 | Rescue.org
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[scaleup] Please Provide Input - Stakeholder Survey for Social Norms Research Agenda

Jamie Greenberg
 

Dear colleague,

I'm passing along this stakeholder survey from the Passages Project - the purpose is to gather feedback on proposed research questions to include in the Social Norms Research Agenda, now in development. This research agenda aims to provide collective guidance on addressing evidence gaps related to social norms shifting for healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy among adolescents and youth. Your answers to the survey will help us to prioritize the research questions included in the research agenda.

This survey asks respondents to score proposed research questions based on a list of predetermined criteria. The research questions are categorized according to four domains: (1) Understanding Norms and Their Influence, (2) Designing and Implementing Interventions, (3) Enhancing Monitoring and Evaluation, and (4) Scaling and Sustaining. There is also a place in the survey for respondents to suggest additional research questions they feel are missing.

We invite you to take this survey and share it with groups and individuals interested in social norms research and implementation. You can find it here in English, Spanish, and French. We are tentatively planning on closing the survey on June 6, 2022, so please complete and/or circulate by this date.

Best,

Jamie

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Jamie Greenberg, MPH
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Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University
3300 Whitehaven Street NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20007
Pronouns: She/Her

  
Using evidence to expand family planning choices, advance gender equality, and involve communities.


Webinar: Strengthening Family Planning Programs and Supply Chains in Nomadic Communities. June 07, 2022 09:30 Washington / 16:30 Nairobi

Ados May
 

 

 

Save the Children and inSupply Health collaborated to conduct a developmental evaluation (DE) and outcome harvesting (OH) of a program designed to reach nomadic and semi-nomadic pastoralists with family planning services in Wajir and Mandera counties in northeast Kenya. DEs allow for real-time learning and adaptations in response to the learning and outcome harvesting is a complexity aware monitoring approach. In this webinar, you will learn about the experience of the Nomadic Health and SCALE projects, how the DE and OH approaches responded to the complex environment in which the projects operated, and how the projects collaborated to understand adaptations needed and identify implementation outcomes. 

 

Register today: https://fal.cn/3oHOw

 

 

 

 

Ados V. May, MPA | WHO/IBP Network | Senior Technical Advisor

m: +1 202 999 8816 |email: ados.may@... |www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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Let’s Break the Silence about Menstruation and Contraception

Ados May
 

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Let’s Break the Silence about Menstruation and Contraception

Happy (almost) Menstrual Hygiene Day! In recognition of the important linkages between menstrual health and family planning, we are launching a new campaign this week in collaboration with Knowledge SUCCESS and the Contraceptive-Induced Menstruation Changes Task Force.

You are invited to share your story about experiences with changes to your menstrual cycle (also known as a monthly period) while using contraceptive methods like birth control pills, injectables, implants, and IUDs. A selection of these stories will be turned into illustrations and used in a global campaign on this topic and highlighted during the upcoming International Conference on Family Planning in Thailand this November. You are invited to share a written story, audio recording, or video with your experiences.   

Examples of menstrual changes can include changes in how long you bleed, how much you bleed, how often you bleed, how regularly you bleed, how your blood looks and/or smellsincluding more or fewer blood clots, as well as changes in your menstrual cramping and pain. 

Many people do not know that these types of menstrual changes are very common and to be expected when using most forms of contraception. In some cases, these changes can cause problems for contraceptive users such as confusion or inconvenience. But for other people, these menstrual changes can lead to improvements in quality of life such as less bleeding or pain or greater convenience to engage in work or school. 

If you are someone who has experienced menstrual changes while using a contraceptive method, we want to know your story. Please follow this link to view example stories and anonymously upload your own written, audio, or video recorded story.

 


Join the IGWG for “Promising Practices in Community-Led Gender Transformative Programming” event!

April Houston
 

Hello IBP Network colleagues!

 

The Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG) is hosting its annual plenary next week, and all are welcome to attend.

 

The 2022 IGWG Annual Plenary event titled “Promising Practices in Community-Led Gender Transformative Programming” is scheduled for Thursday, May 26th from 8:00-10:00 a.m. EDT. Building upon thoughtful discussions at the 2021 IGWG Plenary, the 2022 Plenary will delve deeper into community-led gender transformative programming to explore its key elements, benefits, challenges, and impact.  We hope you will be able to join this exciting event and help us promote the plenary widely within your networks – simultaneous French and Spanish interpretation will be available! Register for the event here.

 

The virtual event will begin with a panel discussion—led by representatives of three dynamic gender transformative programs with different approaches to community mobilization and leadership—focused on the elements, benefits, challenges, and effectiveness of community-led programming. Panelists include:

 

  • Nancy Glass, Professor and Independence Foundation Chair, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
  • Rosa González, Executive Director, Llanto, Valor, y Esfuerzo (LLAVES)
  • Tamil Kendall, Director, Partnership for Women’s Health Research Canada
  • Renu Khanna, Co-Founder and Mentor, Society for Health Alternatives (SAHAJ)
  • Evelyn Letiyo (moderator), Programme Specialist Ending Violence Against Women, UN Women Uganda
  • Rachel Litoroh, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Manager, Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli/International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP)
  • Priya Rajput, Peer Leader, SAHAJ

 

Following the panel discussion, participants will join breakout rooms to share about their personal experiences integrating community mobilization and leadership, including challenges encountered, within their work and advocacy efforts.

 

Lastly, ahead of the event, the IGWG team developed a video featuring IGWG members’ reflections on their experiences with community mobilization and leadership. They are now asking event participants to fill out this 1-2 minute survey to share about their own experiences with community mobilization and leadership integration in health programming.

 

We hope to see you at this important event and thank you in advance for helping us spread the word about the plenary.

 

Best,

 

April Houston

for the IGWG and PRB


Re: French and Spanish Translations of ANC and Family Planning DAKs

TAMRAT, Tigest
 

Dear all,

 

Thank you for the interest. The English version was launched earlier and is available at the links below. Note that you can also switch between the different languages using the language[French/English/Spanish] icons on the right side of the website.

 

Digital Adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC): https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning: https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

Thank you,

Tigest

 

Tigest Tamrat

Technical Officer, Digital interventions and innovations

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

World Health Organization

Twitter @HRPresearch

E-mail: tamratt@...

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Hi, can I get the English version please?

 

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Dear Colleagues,

 

We would like to let you know that French and Spanish translations of the Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC) and Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning are now available.

 

Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC)--French version: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC)-Spanish version: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning -French version: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning -Spanish version: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

For any questions, please email SMART_DAKS@....

 

 

French and Spanish version of this e-mail are below.


Chers collègues,

 

Nous vous annonçons que les traductions françaises et espagnoles du Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals et Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale sont désormais disponibles.

 

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals --Version française: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals --Version espagnole: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale--Version française: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale--Version espagnole: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

Pour toute question, veuillez envoyer un e-mail à SMART_DAKS@....

 


Queridos colegas,

 

¡Nos gustaría anunciar que las traducciones al francés y al español de la Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal y Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar ya están disponibles!

 

Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar --Versión en francés:  https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar --Versión en español:  https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal-- Versión en francés:

https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal-- Versión en español: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Si tiene alguna pregunta, envíe un correo electrónico a SMART_DAKS@....

 


Upcoming global SRHR webinar

Tesfaye Hurisa
 

Dear IBP colleagues,

You are cordially invited to attend a global SRHR webinar on May 26, 3:30-5 PM EAT.

The title of the webinar is “Contraceptive implants: updates and challenges including difficult removals’’

 

Register at http://cpd.spirhr.org/  

 

We would be grateful if you share these widely with your network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Director and PI @ St. Paul Institute for Reproductive Health and Rights

 https://www.spirhr.org/

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Phone number- +251-911-926336

 

 

 

 

 


French and Spanish Translations of ANC and Family Planning DAKs

TAMRAT, Tigest
 

Dear Colleagues,

 

We would like to let you know that French and Spanish translations of the Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC) and Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning are now available.

 

Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC)--French version: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Digital adaptation Kit for antenatal care (ANC)-Spanish version: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning -French version: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Digital Adaptation Kit for family planning -Spanish version: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

For any questions, please email SMART_DAKS@....

 

 

French and Spanish version of this e-mail are below.


Chers collègues,

 

Nous vous annonçons que les traductions françaises et espagnoles du Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals et Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale sont désormais disponibles.

 

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals --Version française: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour les soins prénatals --Version espagnole: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale--Version française: https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Kit d’adaptation numérique pour la planification familiale--Version espagnole: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

Pour toute question, veuillez envoyer un e-mail à SMART_DAKS@....

 


Queridos colegas,

 

¡Nos gustaría anunciar que las traducciones al francés y al español de la Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal y Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar ya están disponibles!

 

Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar --Versión en francés:  https://www.who.int/fr/publications/i/item/9789240029743

Kit de adaptación digital para planificación familiar --Versión en español:  https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240029743

 

Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal-- Versión en francés:

https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

Kit de adaptación digital para atención prenatal-- Versión en español: https://www.who.int/es/publications/i/item/9789240020306

 

Si tiene alguna pregunta, envíe un correo electrónico a SMART_DAKS@....

 


Gender Violence in Health Institutions as a Global Health Issue

Alice Welbourn
 

Apologies for cross postings

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Register Now

In Conversation With Simone Diniz
Gender Violence in Health Institutions
as a Global Health Issue


Thursday 25 May 2022
12:00PM UTC | 8:00PM MYT | 2:00PM CAT

The Lancet Commission on Gender and Global Health and UNU Gender & Health Hub present a conversation on Gender Violence in Health Institutions as a Global Health Issue. With guests Ana Flávia Pires Lucas D'Oliveira and Daphne Rattner.

The globalisation of maternal care has led to increased access to essential resources, contributing to the reduction of avoidable deaths and suffering. However, it has also led to an increase in unnecessary, even potentially harmful, interventions and disregarded women’s experiences.

In this seminar, we explore how naming violence against women in health institutions (and many related terms) as a global health issue reignites the debate in the fields of health and gender violence to induce change, in both the global South and North. Through concrete examples of minor and major changes, we highlight the intersectionality of this violence, the role of social movements in creating new demands and health indicators, and the responsibilities of governments and educational institutions.

  • Simone Diniz is a Professor in the Department of Health and Life Cycles, Deputy Director of School of Public Health, University of São Paulo
  • Ana Flavia d'Oliveira is a Professor of Preventive Medicine, University of São Paulo and Coordinator, Healthcare Responding to Violence and Abuse in Brazil (HERA)
  • Daphne Rattner is a Professor of Epidemiology, University of Brasilia and Coordinator, the Brazilian Network for the Humanization of Childbirth
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COPASAH Webinar on 25-26th May - "SRHR and Accountability During Covid Times"

sanjeeta.gawri@...
 

Dear Friends,
Greetings from COPASH South Asia and SRH Hub! Hope this email finds you well.

We are excited to invite you for a webinar titled SRHR in COVID times: Accountability efforts of civil society collectives". As you are well aware, the COVID 19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on sexual and reproductive health and rights across the world and South Asia, repercussions of which will continue to be seen for several years. Pandemic control measures such as lockdowns resulted in interruption and delays in receiving routine immunization, nutrition and antenatal care, reduced access to contraceptives and contraceptive procedures, denial of abortion and maternity care at hospitals and diversion of resources towards COVID prevention and treatment.

Overall, due to the breakdown of governance systems there was lack of clarity in command-control channels, grievance redressal channels and ever-changing guidelines with poor dissemination, all impacting accountability of the health system.

At the same time, civil society organizations and autonomous citizen groups self-organized to fill in the gap left by public services. From distributing relief to setting up alternate channels for health care consultation and services, organizations and collectives played a critical role in ensuring that women and girls were supported through this time. There were also proactive efforts to demand accountability through using multiple channels including the bureaucracy, media, legal system and direct citizen action. The pandemic control measures also posed unique challenges to all these efforts, some of which were overcome through creative use of technology, but many barriers were also formidable and difficult to resolve.

This webinar will attempt to draw out these lessons based on practitioner experiences from 5 different countries in the region to deepen our understanding of how accountability unfolds in these situations.

The webinar is being organized jointly by the COPASAH's Sexual and Reproductive Health Hub and the South Asia Regional Hub. A core group with representation from 5 South Asian countries has conceptualized and designed the program. The webinar will be held on 25 & 26 May 2022 at 1130 hrs CET (1500 hrs IST). It will be held for 2.5 hours on each day.

Please register using the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkcOCprzoqH91mOfJugMADa1fxpK1sxRYW

Please find attached the agenda and flyer. We look forward to your participation in the webinar!

Thank you,

Sanjeeta
(On behalf of the organizing group)


Webinar: Contraceptive Method Introduction, June 6th, 2022, 09:00 Washington / 14:00 Lagos / 15:00 Geneva / 16:00 Kampala

Ados May
 

 

 

Dear Colleagues and Partners,

 

Please join us on June 6th, 2022, from 09:00 Washington / 14:00 Lagos / 15:00 Geneva / 16:00 Kampala for a webinar on Contraceptive Method Introduction to Expand Choice: A Strategic Planning Guide, the latest installment of our High Impact Practices webinar series.

 

Click here for the local time zone for the webinar.

 

Contraceptive Method Introduction to Expand Choice Strategic Planning Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, national policy makers, and other stakeholders through a strategic process to coordinate the introduction of contraceptive methods through public and private access channels. The guide was developed through consultation with technical experts and summarizes guidance from key resources for method introduction. It provides an overview and links to other resources for more depth and detail.

 

Download the Contraceptive Method Introduction SPG here, and register for the webinar today. We look forward to your participation!

 

For more information about the HIPs and to view previous webinars, please visit: https://www.fphighimpactpractices.org/.

 

 

Twitter: #HIPs4FP and @IBP_network

 

 

 

Ados V. May, MPA | WHO/IBP Network | Senior Technical Advisor

m: +1 202 999 8816 |email: ados.may@... |www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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Digital Training Approaches for Family Planning Providers Webinar, June 2 at 9am ET / 2pm WAT

Ados May
 

 

Register now! Webinar on Digital Training Approaches for Family Planning Providers
On June 2 at 9am ET / 2pm WAT, the Hormonal IUD Access Group will sponsor a webinar entitled, “Digital Training Approaches for Family Planning Providers: Emerging Evidence and Resources.” Register here.

As new and lesser-used contraceptives– including the hormonal IUD – are introduced in more countries, innovative approaches to train family planning (FP) providers can help expand access and choice. Digital trainings, which are considered part of the High Impact Practice for digital health, can improve provider knowledge and skills and may offer cost-efficient opportunities to ensure providers are well-prepared to counsel and offer FP methods, even when in-person gatherings are restricted such as during the COVID-19 pandemic. This event will include:  

  • An overview of the need for digital training solutions for FP providers - Dr. Kayode Afolabi from the Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria
  • Results from a recent study evaluating the feasibility and acceptability of a hybrid digital approach to train providers on the hormonal IUD in Nigeria – Dr. Ezechukwu Nwokoma, Society for Family Health, and Dr. Helen Anyasi, FHI 360
  • An overview of other online training resources for FP providers with a focus on resources to support hormonal IUD introduction to expand contraceptive choice. This will include an overview of the Training Resource Package for Family Planning, as well as updates from Bayer and Medicines360.

This event will highlight research funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S) project and by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation through the LEAP project.

Register for the event today!

 


 

 

 

 

Kate H. Rademacher, MHA | Sr. Technical Advisor, Product Development & Introduction

Global Health, Population & Nutrition 

359 Blackwell St, Ste 200 | Durham, NC 27701

C: 919.357.0099 | krademacher@... | www.fhi360.orgFHI 360 Facebook |Twitter: @kateradNC
Visit the Contraceptive Technology Innovation Exchange at
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Reminder: Season One KM Champion Innovators of The Pitch Webinar. Thursday May 19, 2022. 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Abuja) | 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (Delhi) | 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM (New York)

Ados May
 

 

 

 

 

The IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS invite you to a webinar to hear directly from the Season One KM Champion Innovators of The Pitch – regional competitions to fund innovations in knowledge management for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) programs. During the webinar, hear how four KM Champions identified gaps in finding, sharing, or using knowledge to inform FP/RH programs and the process they undertook to implement context-specific solutions to address KM needs and strengthen FP/RH programs. Since last season, they have secured additional funding for their work and won accolades from their national governments.

 

Speakers include:

 

  • Stand With a Girl Initiative, Nigeria on how they trained Youth Data Advocates to interpret and visualize data through storybooks
  • White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, Malawi on how they created a family planning dashboard on DHIS2 that links to the Malawi Ministry of Health’s website
  • Safe Delivery Safe Mother, Pakistan on how they conducted participatory, in-person training on postpartum family planning for skilled birth attendants and data trainings 
  • Jhpiego, India on how they launched FPKonet, a centralized public knowledge management system for FP/RH professionals in India

 

 

WHO/IBP Network Webinar: The Pitch Season 1

Date: Thursday May 19, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Abuja) | 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (Delhi) | 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM (New York)

 

Register for the webinar

 

 

 

Ados V. May, MPA | WHO/IBP Network | Senior Technical Advisor

m: +1 202 999 8816 |email: ados.may@... |www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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[Webinar Recap] How Can SBC Programming Address Equity and Social Determinants of Health Considerations in FP/RH? (English/français)

Danette Wilkins
 

 

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How Can SBC Programming Address Equity and Social Determinants of Health Considerations in FP/RH?

 

WEBINAR RECAP

 

This webinar presented on April 26, 2022, focused on how social and behavior change programming is well suited to addressing equity and social determinants of health in family planning/reproductive health. It also explored how to apply these to efforts for social and structural change pertaining to contraceptive autonomy and reproductive empowerment. Presentations featured the voices and experiences of global researchers and practitioners based in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa.

The webinar was moderated by Carol Underwood, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. Danette Wilkins, Program Officer, Breakthrough ACTION, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, presented an issue overview. The featured panelists were:

  • Sara Jewett Nieuwoudt, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of the Social and Behaviour Change Communication Division, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Babafunke Fagbemi, Executive Director, Centre for Communication and Social Impact, Nigeria
  • Catherine Lengewa, Technical Director, Centre for Behaviour Change and Communication, Kenya 

 

 

VIEW THE WEBINAR
Click on the image below to watch the webinar recording in English. The recording is also available in French.

 

 

 

CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION

 

Please stay engaged in this conversation by participating in an online discussion board (English/French) hosted on Springboard. Springboard is an online community of social and behavior change (SBC) professionals working around the world. If not already a member, you can sign up here. Feel free to invite others to join in the conversation.  

 

 

DOWNLOAD WEBINAR RESOURCES
Click on the links below to access the resources presented during the webinar.

 

 

Webinar slides

Expanding the “S” in SBC: Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Health Equity (in English and French)

Incorporating the Social Determinants of Health into SBC Programming for FP (in English and French)

Healthy People 2030—Social Determinants of Health

WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health—Closing the gap in a generation: health equity through action on the social determinants of health (in English, French, and Spanish)

 

 

Comment les programmes de CSC peuvent-ils peut-elle aborder les considérations d'équité et de déterminants sociaux de la santé dans la PF/SR ?

 

RÉSUMÉ DU WEBINAIRE

 

Ce webinaire, présenté le 26 avril 2022, s'est concentré sur la manière dont les programmes de changement social et comportemental sont bien adaptés pour aborder l'équité et les déterminants sociaux de la santé dans le domaine de la planification familiale/santé reproductive. Il a également exploré comment les appliquer aux efforts de changement social et structurel relatifs à l'autonomie contraceptive et à l'autonomisation reproductive. Les présentations ont mis en avant les voix et les expériences de chercheurs et de praticiens internationaux basés au Kenya, au Nigeria et en Afrique du Sud.

Le webinaire était animé par Carol Underwood, professeur associé au Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. Danette Wilkins, chargée de programme, Breakthrough ACTION, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, a présenté un aperçu de la question. Les panélistes étaient :

  • Sara Jewett Nieuwoudt, Professeure de chaire supérieure et Coordinatrice de la division "Communication pour le changement social et de comportement", University of Witwatersrand, Afrique du sud
  • Babafunke Fagbemi, Directrice exécutive, Centre pour la communication et l'impact social (Centre for Communication and Social Impact), Nigeria
  • Catherine Lengewa, Directrice technique, Centre pour le changement de comportement et la communication (Centre for Behaviour Change and Communication), Kenya

 

 

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Reminder: Webinar: Season One KM Champion Innovators of The Pitch. Thursday May 19, 2022. 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Abuja) | 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (Delhi) | 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM (New York)

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The IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS invite you to a webinar to hear directly from the Season One KM Champion Innovators of The Pitch – regional competitions to fund innovations in knowledge management for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) programs. During the webinar, hear how four KM Champions identified gaps in finding, sharing, or using knowledge to inform FP/RH programs and the process they undertook to implement context-specific solutions to address KM needs and strengthen FP/RH programs. Since last season, they have secured additional funding for their work and won accolades from their national governments.

 

Speakers include:

 

  • Stand With a Girl Initiative, Nigeria on how they trained Youth Data Advocates to interpret and visualize data through storybooks
  • White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, Malawi on how they created a family planning dashboard on DHIS2 that links to the Malawi Ministry of Health’s website
  • Safe Delivery Safe Mother, Pakistan on how they conducted participatory, in-person training on postpartum family planning for skilled birth attendants and data trainings 
  • Jhpiego, India on how they launched FPKonet, a centralized public knowledge management system for FP/RH professionals in India

 

 

WHO/IBP Network Webinar: The Pitch Season 1

Date: Thursday May 19, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Abuja) | 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (Delhi) | 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM (New York)

 

Register for the webinar

 

 

 

Ados V. May, MPA | WHO/IBP Network | Senior Technical Advisor

m: +1 202 999 8816 |email: ados.may@... |www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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📆  ICFP registration opens in 3 weeks!

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May 2022 | ICFP2022.org |  En français? Cliquez ici et sélectionnez l'onglet 'translate' 

 

 

 

From ICFP's Secretariat


In March, the FP2030 global partnership announced the locations of its first-ever regional hubs for Africa in Nairobi and Abuja. We congratulate FP2030 and its partners on the launch of these hubs which are a critical next step in the evolution of the #FP2030Partnership, strengthening the family planning network across Africa and the world.

The 2022 ICFP is slated to host an FP2030 Regional Hub Celebration during the conference as all regional hubs are expected to be operational before the conference - and we look forward to celebrating with you in-person in Pattaya City this November! 


 

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ICFP Registration Opens 1 June

 


Early-bird registration for the sixth International Conference on Family Planning will open 1 June 2022. Save-the-date and don't miss this chance to be part of ICFP 2022 in Pattaya City, Thailand this 14-17 November!

 

Early-bird registrations opens 1 June.
 

 

 

 

 

Nominations for ICFP 2022 EXCELL Awards Now OPEN

 


The EXCELL Awards, for Excellence in Leadership for Family Planning, publicly recognize extraordinary individuals, organizations and countries who have made significant contributions to the family planning field.

Join us in celebrating our community's achievements improving the global family planning landscape through service delivery, advocacy, policy, research, and demand generation. 

 

Nominations due 15 July 2022.
 

 

 

 

 

Now Streaming On-demand:
The Future of Family Planning

 


Watch our latest episode of The Pulse of FP with Dr T now to see why we're hopeful for the future of family planning.

In this session, you'll learn more about the role of advocacy, community, and commitments in the next decade of family planning partnerships. Plus, we discuss the launch of FP2030's regional hubs in Nigeria and Kenya as the next big step toward strengthening the family planning community.

 

Tune in to watch anytime at ICFP2022.org/the-pulse!
 

 

 

 

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Project Drawdown, Gates Institute and ICFP celebrated Earth Day 2022 together learning about reproductive health and climate change.

 

 

 

 

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Livestream for Global Health Worker Initiative Launch Event

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Livestream for Global Health Worker Initiative Launch Event

May 11, 2022

8:45 – 10:30am EST

 

You are invited to join a livestream event on the Biden-Harris Administration’s proposed Global Health Worker Initiative, to be held on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 from 8:45 – 10:30am EST, on the margins of the Second COVID-19 Summit. The event will focus on coordinating and aligning the international community’s efforts against the initiative’s four pillars: expanding the global health workforce and accelerating economic development, protecting health workers, advancing equity and inclusion, and driving technological advancements and digital innovation.

 

Time: Wednesday, May 11th at 8:45am EST

 

RSVP here

Link: https://pitc.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_s56TX7hrQqeJnZiGZPNYNg

 

Feel free to share this invitation with your network.

 


WHO ABORTION CARE GUIDELINE - Webinar 19 May!

Carolin Ekman
 

WHO ABORTION CARE GUIDELINE: overview of recommendations  


WEBINAR: 19 May 2022 | 1.00 - 2.30 CEST (Geneva)


WHO recently released its new Abortion care guideline,
which brings together over 50 recommendations spanning clinical practice, health service delivery, and legal and policy interventions.

In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the guideline and highlight some of the new and updated recommendations across the continuum of care: pre-abortion care, abortion management, and post-abortion care.




SPEAKERS:

Caron Kim 
|  WHO HQ
Laura Gil  Colombia
Laura Castleman  |  University of Michigan, USA
Chilanga Asmani  |  WHO AFRO



WITH WELCOME REMARKS BY:

Bela Ganatra  |  WHO HQ

 

MODERATED BY:

Vinoj Manning  |  Ipas


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!


For more information, please refer to the attached flyer. 

To access the WHO Abortion care guideline, visit: https://srhr.org/abortioncare/




You’re Invited: The Pitch Week!

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Dear colleagues,

 

The countdown starts now! Knowledge SUCCESS is excited to announce The Pitch Week: a series of inspiring, fun-filled events celebrating the transformative work The Pitch semi-finalists and champions are doing in the family planning and reproductive health sector. Join Knowledge SUCCESS for virtual watch parties of The Pitch Season 2 co-sponsored by USAID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and a webinar with The Pitch Season 1 champions in collaboration with the WHO IBP network.

 

On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, we will host The Pitch Season 2 Watch Party: Asia. Five organizations within Asia will present ideas to change how knowledge is shared in their region, answer questions from our panel of judges, and engage “live” in the chat box to answer your questions. These semi-finalists include the Blind Youth Association Nepal, Digital Broadcast Initiative Equal Access, Population Foundation of India, RedOrange Media and Communications, and Visible Impact.

  • Time: 4:30 PM Delhi | 5:00 PM Dhaka | 4:45 PM Kathmandu | 7:00 AM New York | 2:00 PM Nairobi

 

Register for the Asia watch party

 

On Wednesday, May 18, 2022, we will host The Pitch Season 2 Watch Party: Africa. Like the first watch party, five organizations within Africa will present ideas to change how knowledge is shared in their region, answer questions from our panel of judges, and engage “live” in the chat box to answer your questions. Semi-finalists include the Tanzania Ministry of Health/Engender Health, Projet Jeune Leader, RitiGreat Foundation, Save The Children Kenya, and Strong Enough Girls Empowerment Initiative. 

  • Time: 2:00 PM Abuja | 4:00 PM Dar es Salaam | 4:00 PM Antananarivo | 4:00 PM Nairobi | 9:00 AM New York | 6:30 PM Delhi

 

Register for the Africa watch party 

 

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, we will host The Pitch Season 1 webinar, in collaboration with the WHO IBP Network. Since last season, Season 1 champions have secured additional funding for their work and won accolades from their national governments. Hear what they've learned and their recommendations for others interested in championing KM.

  • Time: 7:00 - 8:30 am EST

 

Register for the IBP Network webinar 

 

See you at The Pitch Week,

 

The Knowledge SUCCESS Team

 

 

Anne Ballard Sara

Senior Program Officer, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

111 Market Place, Suite 310

Baltimore, MD 21202

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Reminder: Register for the Less Is More webinar on May 10

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ttend the Less Is More webinar on sharing key FP/RH data effectively, happening tomorrow, May 10.

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Reminder: You still have time to register!

Less is more

 

Join Knowledge SUCCESS for our upcoming webinar tomorrow, May 10! 

 

WEBINAR

Less is more: Tips for communicating family planning

data online

Tuesday, May 10, 2022
8:30 AM EST

Most of our information gathering happens online. Family planning programs usually have access to large amounts of data, which can be time-consuming and difficult to sift through. So how do we share key data online, in ways that help audiences understand them?

This webinar will review common behaviors we see among web users and why they matter when you’re communicating data online. We'll share a case study of a recent Knowledge SUCCESS activity that had a lot of data about the impacts of COVID-19 on family planning use and programs. Taking you through our process, we'll highlight key lessons that you can apply to your data. Finally, we'll offer a practical skill shot session on how to share data in interactive ways that are easy to understand and digest. 

 

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