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WHO/IBP Implementation Stories Global Launch Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 8:00 Washington | 12:00 Accra | 14:00 Geneva | 15:00 Nairobi

Ados May
 

 

 

WHO/IBP Implementation Stories Global Launch

 

Tuesday, April 20

8:00 Washington | 12:00 Accra | 14:00 Geneva | 15:00 Nairobi | Click here for your local time zone.

 

Next Tuesday, April 20, the IBP Network will host the Implementation Stories Global Launch. In an effort to share these experiences widely amongst the FP/RH community, the IBP Network hosted a contest calling for field-based program implementation stories. Join us to learn how documenting these stories can help us understand and learn from real-life experiences implementing High Impact Practices (HIPs) and WHO guidelines and encourage learning and sharing of experiences related to scaling up evidence-based interventions in FP/RH.

 

Speakers include:

 

  • James Kiarie, WHO
  • Sarah Harlan, Knowledge SUCCESS
  • Nandita Thatte, WHO/IBP Network
  • Jennie Greaney, UNFPA

 

Register now at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7104302382633643532

 

 

For more information, please visit: www.ibpnetwork.org

 

Twitter:  @IBP_network and #HIPs4FP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

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Research report by Rutgers: Young People's SRHR & COVID-19

Saskia Husken
 

Dear IBP colleagues,

 

This week Rutgers launched our new research report:

‘I feel that things are out of my hands - How COVID-19 prevention measures have affected young people’s sexual and reproductive health in Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda and Zimbabwe’

This international study amongst almost 3,000 young people across four African and two Asian countries shows that COVID-19 has had a huge impact on young people’s lives and that all negative impacts are interlinked, and we found that existing inequalities are laid bare and exacerbated by the pandemic.

 

Highlights from the research are also being shared across our social media platforms: LinkedinInstagram | Facebook | Tweet EN

 

 

Best regards,

Saskia.

Saskia Hüsken (she/her)
Senior Technical Advisor 

Rutgers

P.O. Box 9022

m +31634474429 

3506 GA Utrecht

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the Netherlands

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State of World Population 2021 release

Jennie Greaney
 

Dear IBP Network colleagues

Sharing with you the new State of the World Population Report 2021 launched today:  My Body is My Own: Claiming the right to autonomy and self-determination

You can join the conversation online by using the Hashtag #MyBodyIsMyOwn.


Kind regards
Jennie

      


Join us April 21! Looking back, thinking forward, and scaling up | Rejoignez-nous le 21 avril ! Regarder en Arrière, Penser à l’Avenir et Mettre à l'échelle

Beth Balderston
 

Looking back, thinking forward, and scaling up: Insights from the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative

Wednesday, April 21

9:30–11:00 AM EST | 1:30–3:00 PM GMT | 4:30–6:00 PM EAT. Click here for your local time zone.

 

Next Wednesday, April 21, the PATH-JSI DMPA-SC Access Collaborative is hosting a virtual discussion highlighting lessons learned through the past four years of data-driven technical assistance and coordination to ensure that women have increased access to self-injection as a contraceptive option, delivered through informed choice programming.

 

The discussion will focus on key topics for the introduction and scale-up of self-injection—and self-care interventions more broadly— at the country level including:

 

  • Policy and advocacy for new product introduction.
  • How to coordinate scale-up of a new product.
  • Using data to inform program introduction and scale-up.
  • Effective innovations and adaptations in provider training.

 

Participants will have the opportunity to pose questions and share their country experiences. English-French simultaneous interpretation will be available.

 

This discussion will be moderated by Monica Mutesa, Zambia Country Coordinator, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH. Speakers include:

 

  • Caitlin Corneliess, Project Director, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH
  • Adewole Adefalu, Nigeria Country Coordinator, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, JSI
  • Allen Namagembe, Uganda Deputy Director, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH
  • Avotiana Rakotomanga, Madagascar Country Coordinator, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, JSI
  • Alain Kabore, Regional Technical Advisor, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH

 

Register now at https://tinyurl.com/21April21. For more information, please email dmpa-sc-lan@....

 

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Regarder en Arrière, Penser à l’Avenir et Mettre à l'échelle : aperçus du Collaboratif pour l’Accès au DMPA-SC

Mercredi 21 avril
9h30 à 11h00 EST | 13h30 à 15h00 GMT | 16h30 à 18h00 EAT Cliquez ici pour votre horaire local.

 

Le collaboratif pour l'accès au DMPA-SC vous invite à une discussion virtuelle mettant en évidence les leçons apprises au cours des quatre dernières années d'assistance technique et de coordination. Cette initiative est fondée sur les évidences pour garantir que les femmes ont un meilleur accès à l'auto-injection en tant qu'option contraceptive, grâce à l’offre dans un contexte de choix éclairé. La discussion se concentrera sur des thèmes pertinents à l'introduction et la mise à l'échelle de l'auto-injection du DMPA-SC - et plus globalement les interventions d'auto-soins - au niveau national, notamment :

 

  • le changement de politique et le plaidoyer pour l'introduction de nouveaux produits.
  • la coordination de la mise à l'échelle d'un nouveau produit contraceptif.
  • l’utilisation des données pour informer l'introduction et la mise à l'échelle d’un programme.
  • les innovations et adaptations efficaces dans la formation des prestataires.

 

Les participants auront l'occasion de poser des questions et de partager leurs expériences au niveau de leurs pays. Des services d'interprétation simultanée anglais-français seront disponibles.

Cette discussion sera modérée par Monica Mutesa, Coordinatrice Nationale pour le Collaboratif pour l’Accès au DMPA-SC à PATH -Zambie. Les présentateurs sont :

 

  • Caitlin Corneliess, Directrice de Projet, Collaboratif pour l’Accès, PATH
  • Adewole Adefalu, Coordinateur National du, Collaboratif pour l’Accès au Nigéria, JSI
  • Allen Namagembe, Directeur adjoint du Collaboratif pour l’Accès en Ouganda, PATH
  • Avotiana Rakotomanga, Coordinatrice Pays Madagascar, Collaboratif pour l’Accès, JSI
  • Alain Kabore, Conseiller Technique Régional Francophone, Collaboratif pour l’Accès, PATH

 

Inscrivez-vous ici : https://tinyurl.com/21April21. Pour plus d'informations, envoyer un e-mail à dmpa-sc-lan@....


Research dissemination webinar: Empowering frontline maternal health workers for better mental health outcomes for adolescent and adult mothers.

Ermel Johnson
 

Dear all,

Save the date: 22 April 2021 from 3:30 to 4:00 pm GMT

Research dissemination webinar on: Empowering frontline maternal health workers for better mental health outcomes for adolescent and adult mothers

Webinar Description

Depression is quite common in women in the perinatal period. However, maternal and child healthcare services often do not make any provision to meet the mental health needs of women in the perinatal period. Frontline primary health care providers can deliver effective treatment for perinatal depression but what is required for successful integration of maternal mental health care to routine perinatal care is yet to be determined. In a series of studies, the Ibadan Research Team on the Innovating for Maternal and Child Health in Africa explored what is needed to empower frontline primary health-care workers in Oyo State to scale up care for perinatal depression through improved identification and provision of evidence-based treatment to both adult and adolescent mothers.

The webinar is available in ENGLISH, FRENCH and PORTUGUESE




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Opportunities at FP2030

Ados May
 

Dear colleagues,

 

Our FP2030 colleagues have recently put out two announcements regarding their ongoing transition and we wanted to make sure members have seen them. Please contact FP2030 if you have any questions.

 

First, FP2030 is seeking organizations to host its Regional Hubs that will help fulfill FP2030's vision. Each Regional Hub will house a localized support team for the FP2030 partnership and serve prioritized needs of commitment-making partners and countries in that geographic region. In this first phase, calls for expressions of interest for the two Africa-based regional Hubs, one for North, Central and West Africa and one for East and Southern Africa, have been issued and can be accessed here: http://familyplanning2020.org/Building2030-Opportunities The deadline for applications is April 30, 2021. Finalists from this call will be invited to submit full proposals for a limited Request for Proposals process. Moving towards 2030, FP2030's vision is “Working together for a future where all women and adolescent girls everywhere have the freedom and ability to make their own informed decisions about using modern contraception and whether or when to have children, lead healthy lives, and participate as equals in society and its development.” More announcements will be coming for the other regions in the future.

 

Second, the search for the new Executive Director for the FP2030 global partnership is ongoing and the application can be accessed via this link https://www.sri-executive.com/offer/?id=8919, with the deadline of April 19, 2021. This is a global search and interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

 

 


Register Now for the FIGO 2021 World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics!

Eloise Alikhani
 



Dear IBP Network,

 

Registration is now open for the FIGO 2021 World Congress!  

 

The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics is pleased to announce that registration is now live for the FIGO 2021 World Congress. Join over 8,000 global experts and representatives of the obstetrics and gynaecology community online this October and engage with the latest updates in research, clinical practice, and policy.  

 

Click here for more information and to Register Now

 

Early registration fees will be accessible until 8 September 2021. With a wide variety of pricing to accommodate delegates from high to low-middle-income countries, trainees, midwives, nurses, students, and other health professionals (non-MDs), we hope you will join us and become part of a global, academic movement in support of women's health and rights. Your registration includes access to all live content, on-demand content, virtual posters, access to the exhibit hall area, a certificate of attendance and a CME certificate (if required).  

 

More information about the Congress is being regularly updated released on the Congress website. In the meantime, you are invited to view the Provisional Programme at a Glance, learn about the scientific tracks available at the virtual congress and find out more about the core scientific sessions. 

 

We hope to welcome you to FIGO 2021!  


If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch. 

 

With warm regards,  

Eloise


Eloise Alikhani

Conference Coordinator


International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3937 6056

AddressFIGO House, 10 Theed Street, London, SE1 8ST, UK

 

www.figo.org / @FIGOHQ

 

 

Sign up to FIGO’s monthly e-newsletter



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Re: World Health Day is Today! Join a Panel: An urgent call to work together to tackle health inequities, 8hEST/14hCEST

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear Colleagues,


Many have asked about the Recording from yesterday’s Panel event for World Health Day. Please see the link below. Note that the link works best when opened in a Google Chrome and not Internet Explorer.

 

https://www.pscp.tv/w/1ZkJzeNoPVrGv

 

Thanks, Nandita

 

 

From: THATTE, Nandita
Sent: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 10:29 AM
To: global@...
Subject: World Health Day is Today! Join a Panel: An urgent call to work together to tackle health inequities, 8hEST/14hCEST

 

Dear IBP Colleagues,


Today is World Health Day and the theme is Health Equity. Please join WHO and colleagues for an exciting panel “How inequities are being magnified in the current Covid-19 context, what is needed to change this, and how can we build back fairly?”

 

To Join: https://who-e.zoom.us/j/93936902104

Passcode: WHD070421

 

 

 

 

**Note** If you prefer to receive IBP Email Updates through a Daily or Weekly Digest, please adjust your settings at https://groups.ibpnetwork.org (HomeàSubscriptionsàEmail Delivery) or send an email to Ados May from the IBP Secretariat.

 

 

 

Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 


--
Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 


Stars in Global Health - funding opportunity

Dominique Laforest
 

Dear IBP Colleagues, 

 

On this World Health Day, Grand Challenges Canada is excited to announce a new opportunity for seed funding through our Stars in Global Health program. Please see the announcement below. 

 

La version française suit

Just Launched: $100,000 CAD Funding Opportunities from Stars in Global Health!

Since 2010, Stars in Global Health has supported Bold Ideas with Big Impact®, providing funding to explore transformative ideas at proof-of-concept that bring together scientific and technical, social and business innovation, to address some of the most pressing global health challenges.

On World Health Day, we are excited to announce our 11th round of funding! Seed grants of up to $100,000 CAD for up to 12 months are available to develop and test innovations that could improve the access, use and quality of comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education and services for women, adolescents, children and LGBTQI+ people in Sub-Saharan Africa, and be resilient to pandemic control measures.

The application submission deadline is June 3, 2021. We highly encourage organizations based in Western and Central Africa, and organizations led by women or non-binary individuals, to apply.

Récemment lancé : Le programme Les Étoiles en santé mondiale offre des possibilités de financement de 100 000 CAD!

Depuis 2010, le programme Les Étoiles en santé mondiale appuie des idées audacieuses ayant un grand impact en offrant du financement pour explorer des idées transformatrices au stade de la validation du concept, qui associent l’innovation scientifique et technique, sociale et commerciale, afin de relever certains des défis les plus pressants en matière de santé mondiale.

À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de la santé, le programme est ravi d’annoncer son 11e cycle de financement! Des subventions de démarrage d’un montant maximal de 100 000 CAD pour une durée maximale de 12 mois sont offertes pour concevoir et tester des innovations qui visent à améliorer l’accès à une éducation et à des services complets en matière de santé sexuelle et reproductive aux femmes, adolescents, enfants et personnes LGBTQI+ en Afrique subsaharienne, améliorer l’utilisation et la qualité de cette éducation et de ces services, et doivent être résistantes aux mesures en place pour freiner la pandémie.

La date limite est le 3 juin 2021. Les organismes basés en Afrique occidentale et centrale, ainsi que les organismes dirigés par des femmes ou des personnes non binaires, sont fortement encouragés à soumettre une proposition.

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BOLD IDEAS WITH BIG IMPACT


The Pitch: semi-finalists are announced!

Natalie Apcar
 

Dear colleagues,

 

Knowledge SUCCESS’ “The Pitch” is a series of regional competitions placing stakeholders in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia at the center of designing and implementing knowledge management innovations. 

 

I’m pleased to share the results of our first round selection! More than 80 organizations submitted ideas. Out of this outstanding group, we selected 10 semi-finalists to pitch their idea to a panel of judges. Find out which ten organizations will pitch their game-changing innovation to our judges in May and win up to $50,000 USD for implementation. These semi-finalists are giving knowledge management a fresh new feel. Don’t miss out on reading what they’ve proposed! And sign up for an invite to our planned final events in May, where we'll announce four winners during a series of watch parties unlike any KM event you've seen before.

 

Sincerely,

 

Natalie Apcar, MSc (she/her)

Program Officer, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

111 Market Place, Suite 310

Baltimore, MD 21202

Email: Natalie.Apcar@...

Website: https://ccp.jhu.edu/ | https://knowledgesuccess.org/

 

 


World Health Day is Today! Join a Panel: An urgent call to work together to tackle health inequities, 8hEST/14hCEST

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear IBP Colleagues,


Today is World Health Day and the theme is Health Equity. Please join WHO and colleagues for an exciting panel “How inequities are being magnified in the current Covid-19 context, what is needed to change this, and how can we build back fairly?”

 

To Join: https://who-e.zoom.us/j/93936902104

Passcode: WHD070421

 

 

 

 

**Note** If you prefer to receive IBP Email Updates through a Daily or Weekly Digest, please adjust your settings at https://groups.ibpnetwork.org (HomeàSubscriptionsàEmail Delivery) or send an email to Ados May from the IBP Secretariat.

 

 

 

Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 


--
Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 


Re: COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

Marta Royo
 

Dear Jill, here some information from Colombia: 

1. Covid - 19 vaccines in Colombia are being assigned according to the risk a particular group can face, so the process started with people 80 years and older, and doctors and nurses who are directly in charge of treating Covid. 

2. Two weeks ago people 70 years old and the rest of the health professionals started getting vaccines. 

3. No real distinction has been made regarding specific vulnerable groups except in the case of the Amazon department, where due to the proximity with the Brazlian border and the risk of the new Covid-19 strain a considerable effort was made in order to vaccinate most of the population which consists mainly of indigenous communities (60% were vaccinate). 

4. There are several indigenous communities that are expressing their unwillingness to get vaccinated, the arguments being that they have natural treatments, and different beliefs that keeps them from wanting to be vaccinated. 

5. Regarding migrants, the government passed a law Temporary Protection Statute for Venezuelan Migrants through which they expect to be able to vaccinate them. 

6. When the vaccines started arriving in the country, a group of parents of children with Down Syndrome advocated in order to have their sons and daughters prioritize, without success.   

7. Mi Vacuna https://mivacuna.sispro.gov.co/MiVacuna/ shows the user's information and the group to which they belong within the stipulations of the National Vaccination Plan against covid-19.

8.  You can have the official information about the National Vaccination Program here: https://www.minsalud.gov.co/salud/publica/Vacunacion/Paginas/Vacunacion-covid-19.aspx

9. In a week we can have around three to four normative changes coming from the Ministry of Health, so the conditions and instructions change quite a lot and in different ways. 

Hope this information is of help. 

Warm regards,
Marta




Marta Royo

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El jue, 1 abr 2021 a las 10:13, jillmam via groups.ibpnetwork.org (<jillmam=yahoo.com.au@...>) escribió:
Hello IBP community,


I am trying to find information regarding COVID-19 vaccination and vulnerable groups - specifically: 

How do we know that we are successfully targeting our high risk groups in the initial roll-out of vaccination programs?

Does anyone have any information on systems used in their jurisdiction, either by State/Territory/Province or Country-wide that enable disaggregation of data for monitoring and analysis? 

And in places that don't have data collection systems that allow disaggregation, what methods are you using (or have you used) to capture this information?


Many thanks for your assistance
Jill


WHO Endometriosis fact sheet now published

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear IBP Colleagues,

 

Please see the new WHO Factsheet on Endometriosis.

 

Link: http://bit.ly/WHOEndometriosisFacts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: HRP Communication <hrpcommunication@...>
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 8:21 PM
To: HQ UHL/SRH <HQUHLSRH@...>
Subject: Endometriosis fact sheet now published

 

Dear colleagues,

 

WHO and the UNDP-UNFPA-UNICEF-WHO-World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP) recognize the importance of endometriosis and its impact on people’s quality of life and well-being, and will work to help to make progress towards facilitating and supporting the adoption of effective policies and interventions to address endometriosis globally.

 

Following brief consultations, a new fact sheet on endometriosis has now been published. It can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/WHOEndometriosisFacts

 

Sincere thanks to all contributors that have taken part in developing the fact sheet. This is an important first step to help provide support related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

 

The endometriosis fact sheet is published in English at the following link: http://bit.ly/WHOEndometriosisFacts

Russian, Arabic, Spanish and Chinese versions to follow.

 

Please feel free to share with your networks, and please also see attached infographics for use on social media.

@WHO @HRPresearch #Endometriosis #SRHR

 

Kind regards,

 

HRP communications

 

 


--
Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 


Invitation to submit an abstract to YTH Live Global 2021!

rebecca.braun@...
 

Dear IBP Colleagues,

I would like to extend an invitation to this network to submit an abstract for our upcoming YTH Live Global conference, taking place virtually on October 4 – 6, 2021. We would be thrilled to have you as a part of this year's program!

 

YTH is an initiative of ETR, a non-profit organization committed to improving health outcomes and advancing health equity for youth, families, and communities. At YTH, our mission is to advance the health and wellness of young people across the globe through technology and new media.

 

YTH Live Global helps youth leaders, executive directors, funders, developers, public health professionals, and students of all ages learn about the latest trends in health, innovation, and technology. And we want you, your organization, your projects, your research, and your big ideas to join us! Abstracts focusing on all areas of health impacting young people, and all forms of technology are welcome. Young people are also strongly encouraged to submit and to attend!

 

If you are using technology to move the needle on youth health, we want to hear from you. We can't wait to see abstract submissions from people passionate about the health and wellness of youth around the world!

Please submit your abstract before our deadline on April 30, 2021.


Warmly,

Rebecca


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YTH, an ETR Initiative yth.org etr.org

Pronouns: She | Her | Hers

1630 San Pablo Avenue, Suite 500

Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 858-0989 | rebecca.braun@...


Re: COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

Ann Pederson
 

Many jurisdictions have identified some form of vulnerable groupings as part of the planned vaccine rollout. Here in British Columbia, we followed a UK approach to identifying clinically extremely vulnerable (as opposed to vulnerability based on social determinants of health) population groups. These people were identified as having greater risk due to some health condition that compromised their ability to manage COVID-19 infection. Mechanisms, such as patient registries, databases, etc. were used to communicate with such patients to advise them that they are eligible for vaccination prior to the time for their designated age-based group. This has been rolling out over the past couple of weeks but took about six weeks to implement. If you want to know how they are being followed, I can find out who can offer that additional information.

 

Hope this is of assistance.

 

Sincerely, Ann

 

 

Ann Pederson PhD

Director, Population Health Promotion

 

BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre

Room E305, 4500 Oak Street

Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1

Tel: 604-875-3715 / Fax: 604-875-3716

Email: apederson@...

www.bcwomens.ca

 

 

 

       

 

 

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Subject: [IBPnetwork] COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

 

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Hello IBP community,

 

 

I am trying to find information regarding COVID-19 vaccination and vulnerable groups - specifically: 

 

How do we know that we are successfully targeting our high risk groups in the initial roll-out of vaccination programs?

 

Does anyone have any information on systems used in their jurisdiction, either by State/Territory/Province or Country-wide that enable disaggregation of data for monitoring and analysis? 

 

And in places that don't have data collection systems that allow disaggregation, what methods are you using (or have you used) to capture this information?

 

 

Many thanks for your assistance

Jill


Re: COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

Stephanie Baptist
 

Hello Jill,

 

The City of Toronto provides daily updates on how many people are vaccinated in each priority group:

https://www.toronto.ca/news/toronto-covid-19-vaccination-update-21/

 

All local Public Health Units are guided by how Ontario is prioritizing vaccination:

https://covid-19.ontario.ca/ontarios-covid-19-vaccination-plan#how-we-are-prioritizing-vaccinations

 

Best wishes with your research,

Stephanie

 

Stephanie Baptist, M.Ed. (she/her, elle/la)

IMS COVID-19 Hotline

M – F | 10am – 6pm

O: 416-338-1732

C: 647-457-8830

 

 

 

From: global@... [mailto:global@...] On Behalf Of jillmam via groups.ibpnetwork.org
Sent: March 31, 2021 10:55 PM
To: global@...
Subject: [IBPnetwork] COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

 

Hello IBP community,

 

 

I am trying to find information regarding COVID-19 vaccination and vulnerable groups - specifically: 

 

How do we know that we are successfully targeting our high risk groups in the initial roll-out of vaccination programs?

 

Does anyone have any information on systems used in their jurisdiction, either by State/Territory/Province or Country-wide that enable disaggregation of data for monitoring and analysis? 

 

And in places that don't have data collection systems that allow disaggregation, what methods are you using (or have you used) to capture this information?

 

 

Many thanks for your assistance

Jill


Re: COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

achangc1@...
 

Hi Jill,

 

You might find the information you are looking at the Hopkins KAP COVID Database: https://ccp.jhu.edu/kap-covid/

Angie

 

Angela Chang MS, RN, CHES  

Manager, Center for Global Initiatives

 

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

525 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205

P: +1-443-614-5302 | E: achangc1@...

https://nursing.jhu.edu/excellence/community/global-center/

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Re: COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

Lisa Hilmi
 

HI Jill,

 

Are you looking for country-specific information or US on prioritized populations?

 

Here are some resources: https://www.gavi.org/covax-facility

 

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/vaccines   

 

 

Best, Lisa

https://www.unicef.org/supply/covid-19-vaccine-market-dashboard

 

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Register: https://ichc2021.conference.tc/catalog/course/institutionalizing-community-health

 

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Subject: [IBPnetwork] COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

 

Hello IBP community,

 

 

I am trying to find information regarding COVID-19 vaccination and vulnerable groups - specifically: 

 

How do we know that we are successfully targeting our high risk groups in the initial roll-out of vaccination programs?

 

Does anyone have any information on systems used in their jurisdiction, either by State/Territory/Province or Country-wide that enable disaggregation of data for monitoring and analysis? 

 

And in places that don't have data collection systems that allow disaggregation, what methods are you using (or have you used) to capture this information?

 

 

Many thanks for your assistance

Jill


COVID-19 Vaccination for vulnerable groups

jillmam@...
 

Hello IBP community,


I am trying to find information regarding COVID-19 vaccination and vulnerable groups - specifically: 

How do we know that we are successfully targeting our high risk groups in the initial roll-out of vaccination programs?

Does anyone have any information on systems used in their jurisdiction, either by State/Territory/Province or Country-wide that enable disaggregation of data for monitoring and analysis? 

And in places that don't have data collection systems that allow disaggregation, what methods are you using (or have you used) to capture this information?


Many thanks for your assistance
Jill


WHO statement on levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device nomenclature

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear IBP Colleagues

 

Please see the statement below from WHO regarding nomenclature for levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine devices.

 

 

WHO statement on levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device nomenclature

 

Several acronyms are in use to describe the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device, a widely used long-term reversible contraceptive (LARC) method. These acronyms include ‘LNG-IUD’, ‘Hormonal-IUD’, and ‘LNG-IUS’. The purpose of this document is to align these various terminologies in their use so countries are consistent when developing Health Management Information Systems (HMIS), ministry of health policy and programmatic documentation, training guidelines, and other family planning documents at all levels of service provision.

It is important to select and align a single term. Consistency in contraceptive nomenclature supports country-level efforts to introduce different methods and help ensure adequate supplies. 

 

The details to the document are in the links provided below:

The publication is now online in IRIS at: https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/340378/9789240021730-eng.pdf

 

Item description: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/340378

 

Thought it will be of interest to you. Feel free to share it among your networks.

 

Best regards

Moazzam

 

Moazzam Ali MBBS, PhD, MPH | Epidemiologist. Medical Officer | UNDP-UNFPA-UNICEF-WHO-World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP) | WHO Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research | World Health Organization. Avenue Appia 20, Geneva 27, CH-1211 Switzerland | Tel: +41 (22) 791.3442  |  Mobile +41 (79) 477 0431 |  E-mail: alimoa@...   | Personal profile | Moazzam’s ORCID | Moazzam’s PubMed | Website: www.who.int/reproductivehealth

 

 

 


--
Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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