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Unlocking DMPA-SC data-sharing between private pharmacies and ministries of health - Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Ados May
 

 

Unlocking DMPA-SC data-sharing between private pharmacies and ministries of health

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

8:30–10:00 AM EST | 12:30–200 PM GMT | 3:30–5:00 PM EAT

 

The PATH-JSI DMPA-SC Access Collaborative invites you to a virtual discussion highlighting important considerations for private pharmacies in data collection and reporting on self-care products such as DMPA-SC self-injection. Presenters will share their experiences and lessons from introducing DMPA-SC self-injection through private delivery channels in their respective countries.

 

Highlights will include:

  • The specific types of self-injection data collected across countries.
  • Best practices for engaging and motivating private sector pharmacies and drug shops to provide data to the public sector.
  • Tools used by pharmacies to collect self-injection data.

 

This virtual discussion will encourage all stakeholders—program implementers, researchers, government officials, health providers, and civil society members—to consider private sector perspectives on data collection and reporting practices, highlighting the importance of good private sector data to inform government policies and strategies for monitoring, regulating health products, and procurement.

 

This discussion will be moderated by Dr. Johnson Anyona, Supply Chain Advisor, inSupply Health, Kenya.

 

Presenters:

  • Dr. Daniella Munene, Pharmacist, Chief Executive Officer of the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya
  • Mr. Kennedy Saini, Pharmacist, President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia

 

This event will be held in English.

 

We hope you can join us virtually on July 21! Please register in advance: https://tinyurl.com/21July21. For more information, please email dmpa-sc-lan@....


Postponed: FP2030 Join the Movement

Laura Raney
 

 

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JOIN THE MOVEMENT 

Transformational and Intersectional Commitments for a Stronger

Family Planning Movement

 

Dear Colleagues and Partners,

 

 

We regret to inform you that, due to unexpected technical challenges, the FP2030 virtual event scheduled for Thursday, July 15 will be postponed. If you already registered for the event, you will be automatically registered for the rescheduled event. 

 

We will announce the new date in the coming days. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more information. 

 

We apologize for the inconvenience and sincerely appreciate your patience. For more information, contact us at info@...

 

 

Warm regards,

The FP2030 team

 

 

 

 

 

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July 15: FP2030 Join the Movement

Laura Raney
 

Dear colleagues,

Join Family Planning 2030 (FP2030) for a lively virtual celebration on July 15th at 8 am EST. This lively virtual celebration will feature inspiring speakers from across the global health and humanitarian sectors and share how we are building a more inclusive and diverse movement than ever before. 

Register on Eventbrite and promote the celebration event on your social media channels using this social media toolkit. 

We’d love for you to join us and share this event widely with your partners. Please use the attached invitation to share with your partners. If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to reach out. Thanks for your support!

Best,

Laura

 

Laura Raney

She/Her/Hers 

Sr. Advisor, High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs)

FP2030 

Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) 

Project Fellow/Public Health Institute

1750 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 300

Washington, DC, 20006

 


Survey: Knowledge and Use of the WHO's Medical Eligibility Contraceptive Tools

Ados May
 






 


New Resources - Social Norms Related to Reproductive Health for Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Burundi (FR + ENG)

Jamie Greenberg
 

The Passages Project is happy to share new resources from a qualitative study in Burundi that explored social norms related to reproductive health behaviors among unmarried adolescent girls and young women (15-19 years). The study simultaneously aimed to identify relevant individuals and groups who influence and uphold these social norms (key influencers). Focus group discussions with adolescent girls and young women and key influencers focused on four domains of inquiry: 1) menstruation and menstrual hygiene management, 2) sexual risk behaviors, 3) sexual violence, and 4) fertility and voluntary family planning use. The study report is now available in English and French and a webinar recording and presentation are available in French.

 

Passages a mené une étude qualitative au Burundi qui a exploré les normes sociales liées aux comportements de santé reproductive chez les adolescentes et les jeunes femmes célibataires (15-19 ans). L'étude visait simultanément à identifier les individus et les groupes pertinents qui influencent et maintiennent ces normes sociales (influenceurs clés). Les discussions de groupe avec des adolescentes et des jeunes femmes et des influenceurs clés se sont concentrées sur quatre domaines d'enquête : 1) la gestion des menstruations et de l'hygiène menstruelle, 2) les comportements sexuels à risque, 3) la violence sexuelle et 4) la fertilité et l'utilisation de la planification familiale volontaire. Le rapport d'étude est maintenant disponible en anglais et en français et un enregistrement et une présentation du webinaire sont disponibles en français.



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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.


Diagnostic Testing for COVID-19 in LMICs: Complete the survey!

Laila HARRAS-PELLETIER
 

Dear colleagues,

I am writing to you on behalf of the COVID-19 Clinical Research Coalition.
There is concern about the lack of diagnostic testing for COVID-19 in many low- and middle-income countries. Contexts can vary widely, and there can be many reasons for the lack of COVID-19 testing, ranging from supply, distribution, and demand-side issues to cost, capacity, and prioritization. Key entities are monitoring and supporting COVID-19 testing, including the Africa CDC, PAHO and others at regional levels, and WHO, ACT-A, FIND and others at the global level.

To help inform advocacy and communications on diagnostics, we are sharing a short survey (5 minutes or less), intended to be a “pulse check” regarding the current situation.
COMPLETE THE SURVEY
Thank you in advance for sharing what you know, and for sharing this survey within your networks.

Best wishes,

Laila Harras-Pelletier
Graduate - Public Policy, Global Health
Research Associate Consultant @DNDi
Sciences Po
T. +33 (0)6  41 27 30 95
laila.harraspelletier@...


Bringing great minds together: Collaborative learning to improve MCH

Sara
 



The USAID Health Research Program invites you to the first of a series of webinars meant to highlight program learnings. The first webinar will focus on using collaborative learning approaches to accelerate better MCHN practices and policies with examples from the HEARD, CIRCLE, and Ponya Mtoto Projects.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fWZboUyWRZWadcUbMGq2hQ


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Sara A. Holtz DrPH, MPH
Community of Practice and MNCH Advisor
Social Solutions International, Inc.
CIRCLE Project
703-901-0603
6153 Executive Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20852




🌄 [Webinar] What the future holds (with corrected links)

Jennifer Mino-Mirowitz
 

 

 

Accelerating Private Sector Engagement 

Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Plus
End-of-Project Series

Join SHOPS Plus leaders next Wednesday, July 14, as they share their perspectives from six years of engaging the private sector in health.
 
Special guests include representatives from the U.S. Agency for International Development, FP2030, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

 


REFLECTIONS


Accelerating private sector engagement: What the future holds

July 14, 2021
9:00 to 10:00 a.m. (EDT)

 

 

 

Event Agenda

 

Opening remarks:

  • Susan Mitchell, Project Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates

Moderator:

  • Caroline Quijada, Deputy Project Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates

Reflecting on six years of SHOPS Plus:

  • Mbogo Bunyi, Senior Private Sector Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Ramakrishnan Ganesan, Senior Private Sector Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Jeanna Holtz, Health Financing Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Emily Mangone, Digital Health Specialist, SHOPS Plus Abt Associates
  • Michelle Weinberger, Modeling and Segmentation Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Avenir Health


Exploring what the future holds with special guests:

  • Kuyosh Kadirov, USAID 
  • Chonghee Hwang, FP2030
  • Anand Sinha, The Packard Foundation

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Twitter

LinkedIn

Website

 

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RCOG - Abortion Provider Stigma Study **links fixed**

Suzanna Bright
 

Dear global colleagues,

Français ci-dessous

**Apologies for the broken links in the earlier version of this email.  Please see below full hyperlinks to each language, please note these may take up to 30s to load**

 

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University (ethical approval no. HREC/3994/Hoggart) to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.

 

If you are a clinically trained abortion and/or post-abortion care provider this is your opportunity to share your experiences and help us to develop resources and tools to address abortion-related stigma and burnout amongst healthcare providers.

Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey has been EXTENDED and will close on 23rd July 2021.

FRENCH https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6TG/stigmasurvey

ENGLISH https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6D2/stigmasurvey

ARABIC https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6D1/stigmasurvey

SPANISH https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6TF/stigmasurvey

PORTUGUESE https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6TH/stigmasurvey

 

If you can support further dissemination of this survey with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

***********

**Pardon pour les liens cassés dans la version précédente de cet email.  Veuillez voir ci-dessous le lien complet, veuillez noter que le chargement peut prendre jusqu'à 30s**

 

Le Centre pour la santé mondiale des femmes du Royal College of OBGYNs (Royaume-Uni) s'est associé à l'Open University pour mener une étude mondiale sur les expériences de stigmatisation des prestataires de soins d'avortement (numéro d'approbation éthique: HREC/3994/Hoggart ). Cette étude fait partie du programme « Rendre l'avortement sans danger » du RCOG et vise à générer des preuves que nous pouvons utiliser pour développer des ressources et des outils pour aider à lutter contre la stigmatisation et l'épuisement professionnel liés à l'avortement.

 

Si vous êtes un prestataire de soins ayant reçu une formation clinique en matière d'avortement et/ou de soins post-avortement, voici l'occasion de partager vos expériences et de nous aider à développer des ressources et des outils pour lutter contre la stigmatisation et l'épuisement liés à l'avortement chez les prestataires de soins de santé.

 

La participation ne devrait pas prendre plus de 20 minutes et sera inestimable pour cette recherche. L'enquête se termine le 23 juillet 2021

 

FRANCAIS https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/6PJW-6TG/stigmasurvey

 

Si vous pouvez contribuer à la diffusion de cette enquête auprès d'autres prestataires, veuillez utiliser l'affiche ci-jointe ou transférer cet e-mail.  Comme nous avons besoin de suivre les taux de réponse, nous vous serions reconnaissants de nous envoyer par e-mail le nombre de personnes auxquelles l'enquête a été envoyée.

 

With best wishes,

Cordialement,

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 


🌄 [Webinar] What the future holds

Ados May
 

 

 

Accelerating Private Sector Engagement 

Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Plus
End-of-Project Series

Join SHOPS Plus leaders next Wednesday, July 14, as they share their perspectives from six years of engaging the private sector in health.
 
Special guests include representatives from the U.S. Agency for International Development, FP2030, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

 


REFLECTIONS


Accelerating private sector engagement: What the future holds

July 14, 2021
9:00 to 10:00 a.m. (EDT)

 

 

 

Event Agenda

 

Opening remarks:

  • Susan Mitchell, Project Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates

Moderator:

  • Caroline Quijada, Deputy Project Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates

Reflecting on six years of SHOPS Plus:

  • Mbogo Bunyi, Senior Private Sector Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Ramakrishnan Ganesan, Senior Private Sector Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Jeanna Holtz, Health Financing Director, SHOPS Plus, Abt Associates
  • Emily Mangone, Digital Health Specialist, SHOPS Plus Abt Associates
  • Michelle Weinberger, Modeling and Segmentation Advisor, SHOPS Plus, Avenir Health


Exploring what the future holds with special guests:

  • Kuyosh Kadirov, USAID 
  • Chonghee Hwang, FP2030
  • Anand Sinha, The Packard Foundation

Facebook

Twitter

LinkedIn

Website

 

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Rockville, MD 20852

 


Re: [External] Re: [IBPnetwork] [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Roger Rochat
 

Thanks Mo, we are trying now to publish study on topic, very important. 


Roger hi in Egypt would like to engage topic? Can we be helpful? Thanks. Roger



On Jul 8, 2021, at 4:00 PM, Karamoko Keita via groups.ibpnetwork.org <drkeita.22=gmail.com@...> wrote:


Bonsoir 
Pensez a nous les francophones pour nous permettre de suivre .
Merci 
Cordialement
Dr keita

Le jeu. 8 juil. 2021 à 19:00, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> a écrit :

Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

 

















If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 




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Re: [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Moinsalima Hassane
 

Chers collègues du monde entier francophone,
Voici la traduction française du message, 


Le Centre pour la santé mondiale des femmes du Royal College of OBGYNs (Royaume-Uni) s'est associé à l'Open University pour mener une étude mondiale sur les expériences de stigmatisation des prestataires de soins d'avortement. Cette étude fait partie du programme « Rendre l'avortement sans danger » du RCOG et vise à générer des preuves que nous pouvons utiliser pour développer des ressources et des outils pour aider à lutter contre la stigmatisation et l'épuisement professionnel liés à l'avortement.

La participation ne devrait pas prendre plus de 20 minutes et sera inestimable pour cette recherche. L'enquête se termine le 16 juillet 2021.

Cordialement,
Salma Hassane ,
Spécialiste en santé publique 

Envoyé de mon iPhone

Le 8 juil. 2021 à 20:59, OUEDRAOGO Harouna <ouedharouna@...> a écrit :


Thank you for sharing this information.

Harouna OUEDRAOGO   
Directeur Exécutif 
ouedharouna@...   
ouedharouna@...

01BP 2186 Ouaga 01        Skype Id:ouedharouna

Gsm : 000226 70121392    *|  *00226 78126770


Le jeu. 8 juil. 2021 à 19:00, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> a écrit :

Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

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If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

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E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 


Re: [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

OUEDRAOGO Harouna
 

Thank you for sharing this information.

Harouna OUEDRAOGO   
Directeur Exécutif 
ouedharouna@...   
ouedharouna@...

01BP 2186 Ouaga 01        Skype Id:ouedharouna

Gsm : 000226 70121392    *|  *00226 78126770


Le jeu. 8 juil. 2021 à 19:00, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> a écrit :

Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

 If you are a clinically trained abortion and/or post-abortion care provider this is your opportunity to share your experiences and help us to develop resources and tools to address abortion-related stigma and burnout amongst healthcare providers.










Haga clic aquí para participar
Clique aqui para participar
Haga clic aquí para participar
اضغط هنا للمشاركة
Click here to take part






If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 


Re: [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Karamoko Keita
 

Bonsoir 
Pensez a nous les francophones pour nous permettre de suivre .
Merci 
Cordialement
Dr keita

Le jeu. 8 juil. 2021 à 19:00, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> a écrit :

Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

 

















If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 


Re: [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Tidiane Bamadio
 

Bonjour.
Veillez écrire en français.
Merci. 

Le jeu. 8 juil. 2021 à 19:09, Angela Chang <nurse.angiechang@...> a écrit :
Thank you for sharing, before I disseminate  in GANM IBP, is there an IRB number I can add to the study?

Sent from iPhone please excuse brevities or typos

On Jul 8, 2021, at 3:00 PM, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> wrote:



Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

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<image004.png>




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If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

<image008.png>

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 

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Re: [EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Angela Chang
 

Thank you for sharing, before I disseminate  in GANM IBP, is there an IRB number I can add to the study?

Sent from iPhone please excuse brevities or typos

On Jul 8, 2021, at 3:00 PM, Carolin Ekman via groups.ibpnetwork.org <ekmanc=who.int@...> wrote:



Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

<image007.jpg>

 

<image002.png>






<image004.png>




<image006.png>







If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

<image008.png>

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 

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[EXT] RCOG Abortion/post-abortion care provider stigma study

Carolin Ekman
 

Dear global colleagues,

The Royal College of OBGYNs (UK) Centre for Women’s Global Health have partnered with the Open University to conduct a global study into abortion care providers experiences of stigma.  This study is part of the RCOG's “Making abortion safe” programme and is intended to generate evidence that we can use to develop resources and tools to help address abortion-related stigma and burnout.


Participation should take no longer than 20 minutes and will be invaluable to this research.  The survey closes on 16th July 2021.

 

 If you are a clinically trained abortion and/or post-abortion care provider this is your opportunity to share your experiences and help us to develop resources and tools to address abortion-related stigma and burnout amongst healthcare providers.










Haga clic aquí para participar
Clique aqui para participar
Haga clic aquí para participar
اضغط هنا للمشاركة
Click here to take part






If you can support further dissemination of this survey
with other providers please use the attached poster or forward this email.  As we need to track response rates we would appreciate if you could email us with details of the number of people it has been sent to.

 

With best wishes,

 

 

Suzanna Bright (She/Her) | Making Abortion Safe – M&E Manager 

E sbright@... | T +44 (0) 20 7772 6200

W rcog.org.uk | S @RCObsGyn

10-18 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

 


Submit your Ideas for a Peer Assist hosted by the FP/RH Scale-up COP on August 10

Ados May
 

Hi all,

What issues are you or your project facing related to scale? We are soliciting challenges that could benefit from discussion and expertise within our Community of Practice via a Peer Assist for the August meeting of the Systematic Approaches for Scale-Up of FP/RH Best Practices COP. Peer assists are a participatory learning technique that involves a facilitated discussion whereby peers with relevant experience share their knowledge, often in the form of lessons learned or best practices, to brainstorm solutions.

If you have a challenge you’d welcome a group of like-minded colleagues to chew on, please e-mail Sarah at sbrittingham@.... Even if you don’t have your challenge fully articulated, please reach out to let us know you are interested by July 13 - we can help. Peer assists can be particularly helpful if you are starting a new activity and would like to learn from others' experience, you've encountered a problem that others have solved, or you'd like to learn about new approaches another project has successfully implemented.

Best,

Sarah, Kirsten, Trinity, and Sarah

Sarah Brittingham, MA, MPH | Technical Officer, Research Utilization

359 Blackwell Street, Suite 200 | Durham, NC  27701

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Invitation: Training Workshop- Building Capacity to Improve Pharmaceutical and Medical (PMC) Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings

Nadia Olson
 

Dear Colleagues, 

 

We have a few more spots open for our Nairobi supply chain training and so, given that availability, I am sending this around to make sure everyone gets a chance to apply who is interested. The workshop is focused on folks already residing in Nairobi. If you're interested, please apply right away since these few remaining openings will likely fill up quickly. 


JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), with support from USAID BHA, is pleased to invite you to apply for a 5 day health commodity supply chain management workshop. The workshop targets mid-level country or regional staff working in fragile and humanitarian settings. Workshop objectives, locations and dates can be found in the attached invitation. 

 

Training Workshop: Building Capacity to Improve Pharmaceutical and Medical (PMC) Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings | Application

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Date: August 23-27, 2021

 

Due to COVID restrictions, JSI policies, and guidance from USAID BHA, this workshop will be limited to individuals already in Nairobi. We cannot facilitate any international travel to attend the training. If you reside in Nairobi or happen to already be in Nairobi and all your country entrance requirements can be managed without any support from our project, you are welcome to join. Otherwise, we, unfortunately, cannot support your participation at this juncture. 


Application for interested persons is open at the following LINKPlease note that space is limited and JSI will give priority to BHA implementing partners and that this workshop may be postponed or cancelled based on local (Kenya) COVID or other related travel restrictions, if any, at the time of the training. 

 

Please reach out to (daniel_delacy@...) with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Regards,

Nadia Olson

 

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Re: Launch of cervical cancer screening and treatment recommendations - 6 JULY

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear Colleagues,

 

Some of you had trouble viewing the flyer. Please see new flyer and link below.  Note that no advance registration is required.

 

Just join directly on Tuesday 6th July at 9hCEST or 14h30CEST.

 

Link to Join: www.bit.ly/cervicalcancerGL

 

Password: LAUNCH.123

 

 

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From: THATTE, Nandita
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2021 6:42 PM
To: global@...
Subject: FWD: Launch of cervical cancer screening and treatment recommendations - 6 JULY

 


Dear IBP Colleagues 

 

Please see information below about the launch of new WHO Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Recommendations. 



Dear colleagues,

 

We are very pleased to share with you some exciting news!  We are launching the cervical cancer screening and treatment recommendations scheduled for:

 

6 July, 2021 

9:00-10:30 Central European Time

&

14:30-16:00 Central European Time (repeated)

 

Attached are the flyers for this Launch - The Link and password for how to join are on the flyer-- no pre-registration is necessary.  The two sessions will be identical, so please join whichever is more convenient for you!

 

We hope that 

1) you will be able to join one of these sessions, AND

2) you will SHARE the launch flyers and announcement WIDELY on your network/academic/social media platforms

 

Warm regards,

 

Nathalie

 

 

Nathalie Broutet, MD, PhD
Department of Reproductive Health and Research
World Health Organization,

t: + 41 22 791 3336 

m +41 795 167815

e: broutetn@...

20 ave Appia CH-1211 Geneva 27

www.who.int/reproductivehealth

Twitter: @HRPresearch

 

 


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Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

Email: thatten@...

www.ibpnetwork.org

 

 

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