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Tomorrow: Webinar Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots - 16 December, 2021, 09:00 Washington/ 15:00 Geneva/ 17:00 Nairobi

Ados May
 

 

16 December, 2021 – 09:00 Washington / 15:00 Geneva / 17:00 Nairobi

 

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots

Register today! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8000713326956076299

 

 

 

Realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) requires the provision of comprehensive, people-centred services, that address different, often interconnected components of SRHR, and that are supported by an enabling environment, quality health systems, and meaningful community engagement. Data on SRHR is routinely collected but it is often difficult to get the scope and complexity at the country level of the interconnected components.

 

In December, a set of country-specific infographic snapshots on SRHR are being launched for all 194 WHO member states that will provide a ‘one-stop’ overview bringing together publicly available SRHR data from verified sources. By highlighting the national SRHR situation – including successes, areas for improvement, data gaps, and innovative approaches such as self-care interventions – these infographic snapshots can be used by policy makers, researchers and civil societies for determining priorities, planning programmes, resource mobilization, and strengthening health systems, service delivery and community engagement.

 

WHO and UNFPA invite you to this webinar, hosted by The IBP Network, where the SRHR infographic snapshots will be presented and where we will unpack the importance of having comprehensive SRHR data.

 

Host- Ados May, IBP Network

Moderator – Manjulaa Narasimhan, WHO 

 

Presenters:

Jon Hopkins, Independent Consultant – Introduction to the SRHR country infographics  

Tumie Komanyane, Frontline AIDS 

Karthik Srinivasan, The Children's Investment Fund Foundation

Khurshed Nosirov, WHO

Q+A and Closing remarks – Tim Sladden, UNFPA

 

 

 

 

 

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

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Happening tomorrow: Celebrate UHC Day with Dr. T & ICFP

Ados May
 

 

ICFP2022 | December 2021 | En français? cliquez ici et sélectionnez l'onglet 'translate' 

 


A Note from ICFP's Secretariat


After two conference postponements, and almost two years living through a pandemic, we are excited to report the ICFP Secretariat is moving forward planning and programming the sixth International Conference on Family Planning being held in Pattaya City, Thailand 14-17 November 2022.

We look forward sharing with our community the essential work the 2022 ICFP, its partners, and members of the community are doing to promote voices, initiatives, and perspectives of the FP community.

And we look forward to welcoming you to Thailand next November!




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>> Youth Trailblazer Award


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>> ICFP's The Pulse


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>> Become a sponsor 


>> Join an ICFP subcommittee


 

 

Celebrate #UHCDay with Dr. T & ICFP

 

Get the pulse on family planning with Dr. T

 

Join us for the second episode of ICFP's The Pulse of Family Planning with Dr. T tomorrow 830 ET (registration required for this exciting event)!


The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated health inequalities and hastened the call for more robust and resilient health systems. The second episode of “The Pulse of Family Planning with Dr. T” will convene sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) advocates from Kenya, South Africa and the United States for a conversation about universal health coverage (UHC) goals, the importance of protecting sexual and reproductive health rights and ensuring access to family planning globally.

Host: Dr. Tlaleng MofokengUnited Nations Special Rapporteur, Author, and Reproductive Rights Activist

Esteemed panelists include:

  • Nomtika Mjwana, Digital Health Project Manager at Global Network of People Living with HIV (South Africa)
  • Thoai Ngo, Vice President of Social and Behavioral Science Research and Founding Director of the Girl Center for Innovation, Research and Learning at the Population Council (USA)
  • Nerima Were, Deputy Executive Director at Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS; Women and Human Rights Activist (Kenya)

Happening tomorrow at 830 ET! Learn more at ICFP2022.org
 

 

 

 

 

Deadline Extended for Youth Trailblazer Award

 

The Power of You(th)

 

Deadline for ICFP's fully-funded Youth Trailblazer Award now 17 December


The organizers of the 2022 International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) are proud to support the fourth ICFP Youth Trailblazer Award, which aims to amplify and highlight the voices of young leaders in the family planning and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SHRH) field through active planning and participation in the 2022 ICFP.

Young leader applicants, between the 18-35, are invited to submit a maximum 3-minute video corresponding to the 2022 conference theme, “Family Planning & Universal Health Coverage: Innovate. Collaborate. Accelerate”.

Young leaders who are awarded the 2022 ICFP Youth Trailblazer Award will be funded to attend the 2022 ICFP in Pattaya, Thailand in November 2022. Awardees will also actively participate in planning activities for ICFP, have speaking roles at ICFP, and engage in other conference opportunities that raise the voices, perceptive, and experiences of youth in the family planning community.

 

 

 

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You are invited to share your story on the power of family planning in your life, your family’s life and the life of members in your community. Your stories will be added to the FP Story Wall and will be shared across ICFP channels.


To participate, simply click play on the welcome video. Dr. T will host your submission process for our latest community action. ICFP Community Actions are designed to leverage the expertise and reach of ICFP partners and supporters to highlight the solutions, contributions, and innovations of the family planning and reproductive health communities.
 

 

 

 

Community News

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Congrats, Dr. T!


Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health and ICFP2022 co-chair, was honored on BBC’s 100 Women 2021 list.

This year 100 Women is highlighting those who are hitting "reset" - women playing their part to reinvent our society, our culture and our world.

 

>> View this year's full list of honorees!

 

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Together, we can make UHC Day 2021 a memorable moment that can catalyze tangible, lasting change for people around the world. Join us!

 

 

 

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Webinar: Role of Multi-Sectoral Partnerships in UHC

Ilayda Orankoy
 

Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening! Apologies for cross-posting.

 

Passing along the below invitation for Universal Health Coverage: Role of Multi Sectoral Partnerships, a UHC Day celebration hosted by Pathfinder International. Please see below to learn more and register. Please share with anyone who might be interested! Thank you.  

 

Ilayda Oranköy (she/her)
GLOBAL AFFAIRS SPECIALIST
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Available in English and French | Interprétation en anglais et en français disponible

 

Each year on December 12th, the world celebrates the International Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day, an official UN-designated day, to raise awareness of the need for strong, equitable and resilient health systems and universal health coverage. Leave No One’s Health Behind: Invest in Health Systems for All is the theme for UHC Day 2021. To end this crisis and build a safer and healthier future, we must invest in health systems that protect us all — now. UHC Day Campaign on December 12, 2021 will mark 2 years since the first case of COVID-19 was reported.

This year Pathfinder is joining the global movement in celebration of this year’s UHC day by hosting a virtual webinar. The aim of the webinar is to celebrate the universal health coverage day and use it as an advocacy platform to host a multi-sectoral panel to discuss the importance of UHC and the role of multi sectoral partnerships to achieving UHC in low- and middle-income countries. The webinar will host panelists from different regions to share experience on progress towards achieving UHC.  

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

  • Crystal Lander, Chief of Strategic Engagement, Pathfinder
  • Dr. Tabinda Sarosh, Country Director, Pathfinder Pakistan
  • Dr. Habeeb Salami, Global Advocacy Director, Global Affairs, Pathfinder
  • Dr. Amina Dorayi, Country Director, Pathfinder Nigeria
  • Dr. Asnake Mengistu, Senior Country Director, Pathfinder Ethiopia
  • Mohammad Abdus Salam Khan, Joint Secretary, Medical Education and Family Welfare Division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
  • Dr. Mercy Onsando, Chief Executive Officer, Health NGOs’ Network (HENNET), Kenya
  • Md. Mizanur Rahman, Deputy General Manager, Marketing, Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Bangladesh
  • Dr. Olumide Okunola, Technical Advisor to the Minister of Health, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Dr. Akhtar Rashid, Chief Executive Officer, Health NGOs’ Network (HENNET), Kenya
  • Dr. Sidbéwendé Pierre Yameogo, Technical Secretary, One Health and Universal Health Coverage, Office of the Minister of Health, Burkina Faso

 


The Pitch Regional Competitions: Application Deadline is December 10

Ados May
 

 

Dear colleagues,

 

The Pitch Season 2 is now in full swing! The deadline to submit an application for The Pitch Season 2 is Friday, December 10, at 11:59 P.M. EST. Before submitting an application, head over to The Pitch webpage to review guidelines, application guidance, and frequently asked questions. Applications can be submitted in English or French. https://knowledgesuccess.org/the-pitch/

 

Missed our launch event on November 30? As a reminder, The Pitch is a series of regional competitions in which a panel of judges awards funding to knowledge management (KM) champions working in FP/RH at the national and regional level. FP/RH organizations in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia will be awarded up to USD $50,000 to implement their innovative ideas, changing how we share knowledge and experiences in the FP/RH sector. 

 

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Chers collègues,

 

La saison 2 de The Pitch bat son plein ! La date limite pour soumettre une demande pour la saison 2 de The Pitch est le vendredi 10 décembre à 23 h 59, heure normale de l'Est. Avant de soumettre une demande, rendez-vous sur la page web du Pitch pour consulter les lignes directrices, les conseils de candidature et les questions fréquemment posées. Les candidatures peuvent être soumises en anglais ou en français. https://knowledgesuccess.org/the-pitch-en-francais/

 

Vous avez manqué notre événement de lancement du 30 novembre ? Pour rappel, The Pitch est une série de concours régionaux dans le cadre desquels un panel de juges accorde des financements à des champions et des championnes de la gestion des connaissances (GC) qui travaillent dans la PF/SR aux niveaux national et régional. Des organisations de PF/SR d’Afrique subsaharienne et d’Asie recevront jusqu’à 50 000 US dollars pour concrétiser leurs idées innovantes, qui changeront la façon dont nous partageons les connaissances et les expériences dans le secteur de la PF/SR. 

 


FW: Register for Dec 9 webinar on COVID-19 and FP data

Sophie Weiner
 

Dear colleagues,

 

Knowledge SUCCESS analyzed PMA data from seven countries in Africa and Asia to find out the impact of COVID-19 on family planning in the first year of the pandemic.

 

Please join us for a webinar on December 9th, 2021 (8:00 AM – 9:00 AM ET) to explore the findings.

 

See below for details—or click here to register.

 

Thanks,

Sophie

 

Sophie Weiner

KM & Comms Program Officer, Knowledge SUCCESS

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

ccp.jhu.edu | knowledgesuccess.org | 410-659-6331

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We’ll review data from seven countries in Africa and Asia

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Connecting the dots

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COVID-19 was expected to have devastating impacts on family planning. Did it?

 

Dear Family Planning champion,

 

Though COVID-19 resulted in many disruptions to health services including family planning (FP) services, the pandemic has also led to some positive FP-related policy, supply chain, program and service delivery adaptations around the world. So what impact, if any, have these adaptations had on contraceptive use dynamics during the pandemic?

 

Knowledge SUCCESS analyzed Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) data from seven countries in Africa and Asia to answer this question. Join us as we explore the impact of COVID-19 on family planning in the first year of the pandemic, answering such questions as:

  • Did pregnancy intentions or contraceptive use change during the first year of the pandemic?
  • How did family planning programs respond?
  • What lessons can be applied to future pandemics or crisis situations

We’ll also share FP programmatic experiences from three countries - Côte d’Ivoire, Madagascar, and Nepal - that showed exceptional resilience and opportunity in their response.  

 

WEBINAR

Connecting the dots between COVID-19 and family planning

Thursday, December 9, 2021
8:00-9:00 am EST

This event will be simultaneously interpreted in French.

 

Introduction and welcome

Moderated by Ruwaida Salem, Knowledge Solutions Team Lead, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Presentation of data from Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, DRC (Kinshasa), Kenya, India (Rajasthan), Nigeria (Lagos), and Uganda

Presented by Catherine Packer, Research Associate III, FHI 360, SUCCESS

 

Discussion of data findings and questions from the audience

Featuring experts from PMA, Breakthrough ACTION, Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN), and DMPA-SC Access Collaborative

 

 

On s'attendait à ce que COVID-19 ait des effets dévastateurs sur la planification familiale. L'a-t-il été ? 

 

Cher/chère Sophie,

 

Bien que l'épidémie COVID-19 ait entraîné de nombreuses perturbations dans les services de santé, y compris les services de planification familiale (PF), la pandémie a également entraîné des adaptations positives des politiques, de la chaîne d'approvisionnement, des programmes et de la prestation de services liés à la PF dans le monde entier. Quel impact, le cas échéant, ces adaptations ont-elles eu sur la dynamique de l'utilisation des contraceptifs pendant la pandémie ?

 

Knowledge SUCCESS a analysé les données de Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) de sept pays d'Afrique et d'Asie pour répondre à cette question. Joignez-vous à nous pour explorer l'impact de COVID-19 sur la planification familiale au cours de la première année de la pandémie, en répondant à des questions telles que :

  • Les intentions de grossesse ou l'utilisation de contraceptifs ont-elles changé au cours de la première année de la pandémie ?
  • Comment les programmes de planification familiale ont-ils réagi ?
  • Quelles leçons peuvent être appliquées aux futures pandémies ou situations de crise ?

Nous partagerons également les expériences programmatiques de PF de trois pays - la Côte d'Ivoire, Madagascar et le Népal - qui ont fait preuve d'une résilience et d'une opportunité exceptionnelles dans leur réponse.

 

 WEBINAIRE

Les liens entre COVID-19 et la planification familiale

Jeudi 9 décembre 2021
8h00-9h00 HNE
Cet événement sera interprété simultanément en français.
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Introduction et bienvenue 

Modéré par Ruwaida Salem, chef d'équipe des solutions de connaissances, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Présentation des données du Burkina Faso, de la Côte d'Ivoire, de la RDC (Kinshasa), du Kenya, de l'Inde (Rajasthan), du Nigeria (Lagos) et de l'Ouganda.
Présenté par Catherine Packer, Associée de recherche III, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Discussion des résultats des données et questions de public

Avec des experts de la PMA, de Breakthrough ACTION, de Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN), et de DMPA-SC Access Collaborative 

 

 

 

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Celebrate Human Rights Day with poetry

Alexane Bremshey
 

Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) is pleased to invite you to join us on Human Rights Day (December 10) for the launch of our poetry collection on sexual and reproductive justice.

The event will be moderated by Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad, a poet, medical doctor and sexologist who specializes in the care and support of transgender and gender non-conforming persons. The panel includes SRHR experts who are also poets as well as three guest poets from our recent call for poetry. Following the event, poems from our poetry collection will be published weekly until the anthology is available on Women's Day in March.

Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JtDkjuHgSUKrPfAcBuu8sQ

DATE: December 10, 2021
TIME: 7am Los Angeles / 10am New York / 3pm London / 4pm Geneva / 5pm Cape Town / 8:30pm New Delhi / 11pm Manila


New Handbook from R4S: Drug Shop Operators' Provision of Injectable Contraception

Ados May
 

 

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If the link above isn’t working, please click here to download the new handbook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Officer II, Research Utilization, Global Health and Population Research

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Reminder: Webinar Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots - 16 December, 2021, 09:00 Washington/ 15:00 Geneva/ 17:00 Nairobi

Ados May
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


16 December, 2021 – 09:00 Washington / 15:00 Geneva / 17:00 Nairobi

 

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots

Register today! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8000713326956076299

 

 

 

Realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) requires the provision of comprehensive, people-centred services, that address different, often interconnected components of SRHR, and that are supported by an enabling environment, quality health systems, and meaningful community engagement. Data on SRHR is routinely collected but it is often difficult to get the scope and complexity at the country level of the interconnected components.

 

In December, a set of country-specific infographic snapshots on SRHR are being launched for all 194 WHO member states that will provide a ‘one-stop’ overview bringing together publicly available SRHR data from verified sources. By highlighting the national SRHR situation – including successes, areas for improvement, data gaps, and innovative approaches such as self-care interventions – these infographic snapshots can be used by policy makers, researchers and civil societies for determining priorities, planning programmes, resource mobilization, and strengthening health systems, service delivery and community engagement.

 

WHO and UNFPA invite you to this webinar, hosted by The IBP Network, where the SRHR infographic snapshots will be presented and where we will unpack the importance of having comprehensive SRHR data.

 

Host- Ados May, IBP Network

Moderator – Manjulaa Narasimhan, WHO 

 

Presenters:

Jon Hopkins, Independent Consultant – Introduction to the SRHR country infographics  

Tumie Komanyane, Frontline AIDS 

Karthik Srinivasan, The Children's Investment Fund Foundation

Khurshed Nosirov, WHO

Q+A and Closing remarks – Tim Sladden, UNFPA

 

 

 

 

 

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: Covid-19, vacunas y embarazo/Covid-19, immunization and pregnancies

Ados May
 

 

 

COVID-19 IMMUNIZATIONS IN PREGNANCY

What does the experience suggest?

 

Based on the latest evidence and on the recommendations on immunization against COVID-19 for pregnant women, as well as on the lessons learned from country experiences, following a question and answer format, this webinar, organized by the Regional Task Force on Maternal Mortality Reduction (GTR, for its acronym in Spanish), aims to present the regional panorama of COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant women and the different national strategies implemented to promote vaccination in this population.

 

GTR is an interagency mechanism formed by technical United Nations agencies, bilateral and multilateral cooperation organizations, non-governmental organizations and regional professional networks created in 1998 to promote collaboration and regional synergies to promote evidence-based policies and programs to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its members include the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations Population Fund, the Latin American Center of Perinatology, Women and Reproductive Health of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, Management Sciences for Health, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership, the United Nations Children's Fund, the United States Agency for International Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, the International Confederation of Midwives, the Latin American Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology Societies, Fòs Feminista, and the Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Initiative.

 

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

10:00hs (Panama City) | 10:00hs (WDC) | 12:00hs (Asunción, Montevideo)

 

Simultaneous translation Spanish English will be provided

 

Register here*

 

 

Simultaneous Spanish-English translation available

*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the webinar.

If the virtual room capacity is exceeded, you can follow the session on the PAHO YouTube channel

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INMUNIZACIONES CONTRA LA COVID-19 EN EL EMBARAZO

¿Qué sugiere la experiencia?

 

A partir de la presentación de las últimas evidencias y recomendaciones sobre la inmunización contra la COVID-19 para las embarazadas y de las estrategias implementadas para lograr mayor cobertura, las lecciones aprendidas en los países y en una dinámica de preguntas y respuestas, este seminario web organizado por el Grupo de Trabajo Regional para la Reducción de la Mortalidad Materna (GTR) busca contribuir a que las personas que participen en la reunión dispongan de un análisis de la situación de las vacunas contra la COVID-19 y las embarazadas, y que conozcan diferentes estrategias para promover la vacunación que algunos Estados están impulsando.

 

El Grupo de Trabajo Regional para la Reducción de la Mortalidad Materna es un mecanismo interagencial formado por agencias técnicas de las Naciones Unidas, organismos bilaterales y multilaterales de cooperación, organizaciones no gubernamentales y redes profesionales de la región. Sus miembros incluyen UNFPA/LACRO, el Centro Latinoamericano de Perinatología, Salud de la Mujer y Reproductiva de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud/Organización Mundial de la Salud, Management Sciences for Health, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership, el Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia, la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional, el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, el Banco Mundial, la Confederación Internacional de Matronas, la Federación Latinoamericana de Sociedades de Obstetricia y Ginecología, Fòs Feminista e Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Initiative.

 

 

 

Martes 30 de noviembre de 2021

10:00hs (Ciudad de Panamá) | 10:00hs (WDC) | 12:00hs (Asunción, Montevideo)

 

Traducción simultánea en español e inglés

 

Registro aquí*

 

 

*Luego de la inscripción, recibirá un correo electrónico de confirmación con información para unirse al seminario web

Si se supera la capacidad de la sala virtual, podrá seguir la sesión en vivo a través del canal de la OPS en YouTube

 

 

 

 

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Basic Psychosocial Skills: Training for COVID-19 Responders

Michele Rumsey
 

Dear Colleagues,

I am glad to inform you about this FREE online course and certificate - Basic Psychosocial Skills: Training for COVID-19 Responders , developed to support the mental health and wellbeing of first responders in the region by further developing a set of basic psychosocial skills in response to COVID-19. We hope the course will provide support for the mental health and wellbeing of first responders in the region.

 

“The training is timely and important during this time. We need to have more of this training”

This FREE course has been adapted from the IASC Basic Psychosocial Skills: A Guide for COVID-19 First Responders Guide, in collaboration with the World Health Organization Pacific Working Group.

 

“Thank you so much. I enjoyed the course and I would like to say that the course's instructional design was exceptional. Congratulations to the team!”

We had over 600 participants in the first  few weeks from across the world.

If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to get in contact with the Centre  whocc@...

 

Basic Psychosocial Skills: Training for COVID-19 Responders 

The Basic Psychosocial Skills online Training is a FREE program for those affected by the pandemic designed to build resilience and mental health wellbeing for first responders and frontline health staff.  

 

The FREE online course: 

  1. Focuses on personal well-being 
  2. Explores supportive communication in everyday interactions 
  3. Provides a practical framework to enable first responders to support others to problem-solve and make healthy decisions 
  4. Examines how to recognise emotional patterns and provide support to individuals 
  5. Provides a certificate on completion 

View a detailed video on how to sign up: https://youtu.be/-Cguw2SCHOQ 

Enrol for this FREE online course: here 

Read instructions on how to sign up: https://bit.ly/3bEJGkx  

Read more about the basic psychosocial skills course: https://bit.ly/3sgZpf7  

You will need an email account to register and log in for the online course. 

 

For more information and full Power Point https://bit.ly/3cZCGy2 with facilitation notes, please contact michele.rumsey@... 

 

FAQs 

   Which Brower is better to use for this course?

   It is recommended to use Google Chrome for this online course.

 

   How many resources are provided in the Basic Psychosocial Skills training program? 

   The program provides 3 resources. Guidance report, short online course
   and
presentation with facilitation notes. 

 

   How many languages is the guidance offered in? 

   While the online course is only in English, the guidance report is provided in 28 languages.  

 

   Is the online course time-bound? 

   No. The online course is self-paced and takes an average of 3 hours to complete with a short quiz
   and a certificate awarded.  

 

 

 

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Director,

WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development,

School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health
University of Technology Sydney
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Request for literature on implementation strategies to scale up self-administered DMPA-SC injections

Adeniyi Aderoba
 

Dear Colleagues,

 

The Contraception and Fertility Care Unit of the UNDP–UNFPA–UNICEF–WHO–World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP), Department of Sexual Reproductive Health and Research, at the World Health Organization has commissioned a scoping review on the strategies to scale up self-administered subcutaneous depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA-SC) injections. This will aid a better understanding of the barriers that prevent effective implementation of self-administered DMPA-SC programs and provide solutions to these implementation problems.

 

Research has shown that the self-administration of DMPA-SC is a feasible, safe, and effective contraceptive method. Users who self-administered DMPA-SC show higher continuation rates at one year compared with those who had provider-administered injections. DMPA-SC has been registered for self-injection in many countries. Still, there are challenges to interventions to roll out this new efficacious contraceptive method, and major implementation issues have been encountered for scale-up. Another challenge is that many of these interventions are described in the grey literature and not published in peer-reviewed publications.

 

Therefore, we are keen to identify any literature, including academic articles, white papers, (project) reports, measurement tools or topic guides, etc., covering issues related to implementation strategies to scale up self-administered DMPA-SC injections. If you are aware of this literature, kindly share the electronic file with us (adeniyi.aderoba@... or steynp@...) before 7th December 2021.

 

The protocol for the scoping review can be accessed by clicking here, and the results will be shared with you once it is completed.

 

Thanks in advance for your contributions,

 

The Scoping Review Team



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Dr. Adeniyi Aderoba - MBBS, MSc.(Oxon), FWACS, FMCOG
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Twitter: @ade_aderoba


Save the date: Webinar Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots - 16 December, 2021, 09:00 Washington/ 15:00 Geneva/ 17:00 Nairobi

Ados May
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


16 December, 2021 – 09:00 Washington / 15:00 Geneva / 17:00 Nairobi

 

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Infographic Country Snapshots

Register today! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8000713326956076299

 

 

 

Realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) requires the provision of comprehensive, people-centred services, that address different, often interconnected components of SRHR, and that are supported by an enabling environment, quality health systems, and meaningful community engagement. Data on SRHR is routinely collected but it is often difficult to get the scope and complexity at the country level of the interconnected components.

 

In December, a set of country-specific infographic snapshots on SRHR are being launched for all 194 WHO member states that will provide a ‘one-stop’ overview bringing together publicly available SRHR data from verified sources. By highlighting the national SRHR situation – including successes, areas for improvement, data gaps, and innovative approaches such as self-care interventions – these infographic snapshots can be used by policy makers, researchers and civil societies for determining priorities, planning programmes, resource mobilization, and strengthening health systems, service delivery and community engagement.

 

WHO and UNFPA invite you to this webinar, hosted by The IBP Network, where the SRHR infographic snapshots will be presented and where we will unpack the importance of having comprehensive SRHR data.

 

Host- Ados May, IBP Network

Moderator – Manjulaa Narasimhan, WHO 

 

Presenters:

Jon Hopkins, Independent Consultant – Introduction to the SRHR country infographics  

Tumie Komanyane, Frontline AIDS 

Karthik Srinivasan, The Children's Investment Fund Foundation

Khurshed Nosirov, WHO

Q+A and Closing remarks – Tim Sladden, UNFPA

 

 

 

 

 

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

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Save the date: Supporting Providers to Address PPH (English & French)

Ados May
 

 

The Partnership to Advance Post-Partum Hemorrhage Care led by USAID’s Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD), (based at University Research Co., LLC), and Breakthrough Research, (based at Population Council), invites you to join us on Monday, December 6th from 8:00-9:30 AM EST/ 1:00-2:30 PM GMT to learn about how to better support providers and strengthen systems to address emergency obstetric complications.

We will highlight how our partnership and collaborators from Malawi and Madagascar (see below) advance implementation learning around mentorship models and tools, provider mental health, respectful maternity care, delivery of blood, maternal death surveillance and response systems—and lesson learned while implementing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This webinar is part of the Accelerating Evidence to Use in Policy and Programs: Strengthening & Sustaining RMNACH Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa series, co-hosted by the East, Central, and Southern Africa Health CommunityAfrican Academy of Public Health. and the University of California San Francisco.

DECEMBER 2021

6

 

8:00-9:30 am EST 
1:00-2:30 pm GMT

 

French translations will be provided during the webinar

Missed the previous webinars in the series?
Visit our YouTube channel to view the webinar repository, which includes videos of our featured speakers, panel discussion, and stakeholder highlights from each webinar in the Strengthening and Sustaining RMNCAH Systems series.

APPHC Partnership and Collaborators

 

 

 

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Le Partenariat pour l'avancement des soins d'hémorragie post-partum dirigé par USAID’s Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD), (basée à University Research Co., LLC), et Breakthrough Research, (basée à Population Council), vous invite à nous rejoindre le lundi 6 décembre de 8h00 à 9h30 HNE/ 13h00 à 14h30 GMT pour découvrir comment mieux soutenir les prestataires et renforcer les systèmes pour faire face aux complications obstétricales d'urgence.

Nous soulignerons comment notre partenariat et nos collaborateurs du Malawi et de Madagascar (voir ci-dessous) font progresser l'apprentissage de la mise en œuvre autour des modèles et des outils de mentorat, de la santé mentale des prestataires, des soins de maternité respectueux, de l'administration du sang, des systèmes de surveillance et de réponse aux décès maternels et des leçons apprises lors de la mise en œuvre pendant la pandémie de COVID-19.

Ce webinaire fait partie de la série Accelerating Evidence to Use in Policy and Programs: Strengthening and Sustaining RMNCH Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa, co-organisée par le East, Central, and Southern Africa Health CommunityAfrican Academy of Public Health. et le University of California San Francisco.

Décembre 2021

6

 

8:00-9:30 am EST 
1:00-2:30 pm GMT

 

Ce webinaire sera en anglais avec traduction en français.

Vous avez manqué les précédents webinaires de la série ?
Visitez notre chaîne Youtube 
consultez le référentiel de webinaires, qui comprend des vidéos de nos conférenciers vedettes, des discussions de groupe et des points saillants des parties prenantes de chaque webinaire de la série Renforcement et pérennisation des systèmes de RMNCAH.

APPHC Partenariat et Collaborateurs

 

 

 

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Schedule change: Knowledge Cafe at ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health - 24 November, 2021 16:20 to 17:40 Praia (12:20 Washington/18:20 Geneva)

Ados May
 

 

Dear IBP Partners,

Our apologies, but for reasons beyond our control, the Forum is running late. The café has been moved to 16:20 local time, 12:20 Washington / 18:20 Geneva.

I hope you are still able to join us and again apologies for the inconvenience.


Best regards,


Ados

 

 

 

 

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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Tomorrow: Knowledge Cafe at ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health - 24 November, 2021 15:20 to 16:40 Praia (11:20 Washington/17:20 Geneva)

Ados May
 

Dear IBP Partners,

The WHO/IBP Network is hosting a Knowledge Café tomorrow at the 4th ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health/4ème Forum CEDEAO des Meilleures Pratiques en Santé. This event will feature tools and resources from selected partners.

Join us on 24 November, 2021 15:20 to 16:40 Praia (11:20 Washington/17:20 Geneva. Please consult your local time here. The link to join the Knowledge café: https://ghstar.zoom.us/j/84116816003 password: 241121.

Tools will be featured in English, French and Portuguese. Please see below for more information. No registration needed for this event. We hope to see you there!

 

 

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

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Calling all early and mid-career researchers! FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Suzanna Bright
 


As part of the Making Abortion Safe programme, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, in partnership with 
Africa Research Excellence Fund, is excited to offer 12 fully-funded places on a research grant-writing workshop to junior researchers from Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

Workshop participants will be supported by senior researchers to develop proposals for research within the field of abortion and/or post abortion care with seed-funding of up to $30,000 available for the top two proposals.

Full details of the programme, eligibility requirements and application details can be found here: Click for full details


ECOWAS Best Practices Forum 24-26 November 2021. Lien Zoom pour le 4ème forum CEDEAO MPS / Link to Zoom Meeting

Ados May
 



Dear IBP Members,

 

Please find below the registration link to virtually join the 4th ECOWAS Best Practices Forum in Health (FBPS) on 24-26 November 2021 in Praia, Cabo Verde and virtually. The forum will bring together senior officials from ministries of health, regional health experts, researchers and managers of training and research institutions, major local, regional and international NGOs, as well as partners in the region and elsewhere. Theme Sub-themes of the Forum:  “Innovations or Best Practices in Universal Health Coverage and Health Systems”.

 

 

Chers Participants, (english below)

 

 

Vous êtes invité à une réunion Zoom

 

Sujet: 4ème Forum CEDEAO des Meilleures Pratiques en Santé

 

Dates : 24  - 26 nov. 2021

 

Heures : 09:00 AM Îles du Cap-Vert

Prière vous inscrire à la date et l’heure qui vous conviennent le mieux :
https://wahooas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUrcOigrz0sGNRL99dSkV31vBl-Q0ijNBjw

Après votre inscription, vous recevrez un e-mail de confirmation contenant les instructions pour rejoindre la réunion.

 

 

 

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Dear Participants,

 

You are invited to the below mentioned activity:

 

Subject: 4th ECOWAS Forum on Best Practices in Health

 

Dates: 24-26 November 2021

 

Time: 09:00 am Iles Cabo Verde

 

 

After your registration, you will receive a confirmation message through your Email, with instruction on how to join the Meeting.

 

Clemence

Le 19/11/2021 10:42, Hadijatou Janneh <hjanneh@...> a écrit :

 

 

 

 


Call for new members to join the International Medical Advisory Panel (IMAP) 2022-2024

Nihal Said
 

Dear IBP Members,

 

We wanted to share with you that The International Medical Advisory Panel (IMAP)  is looking for new members to join the Panel for the next 3-year term. The IMAP is a body of medical scientists and experts in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and other relevant fields with a mandate to formulate and disseminate recommendations to the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and other stakeholders regarding best practices in SRHR, based on the best available evidence. The Panel works within the scope of IPPF’s Strategic Framework –in support of IPPF’s mission to lead a locally-owned, globally connected civil society movement that provides and enables services, and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights for all, especially the underserved.

 

We are looking for four new members to join the panel and replace those whose tenure came to an end. We are seeking individuals with medical and technical expertise in SRHR including service delivery, research, health systems, medical standards and quality of care. The panel is a group of international experts including those who have extensive experience working in resource- restricted settings. For the incoming members we are looking for individuals with demonstrated experience on one or more of the IMAP key areas of expertise including: Biomedical; clinical research, contraception, contraception, Maternal and child health, abortion, HIV/STIs, gender issues including sexual and gender-based violence, youth/comprehensive sexuality education, programme management, and humanitarian response. Additionally, we highly encourage and support young health professionals to apply.

 

For more details about the IMAP terms of reference, profiles of new members we are looking for and how to apply are available at: IMAP-newmembercall.docx (live.com)

 

If you meet these criteria and have relevant areas of expertise, please send your CV and a cover letter expressing your interest to Nathalie Kapp, Chief Medical Advisor at IPPF Secretariat (nkapp@...) by Tuesday, 30 November.

 

 

Many thanks,

Nihal

 

 

Nihal Said | Senior Technical Advisor, Research and Partnerships 

International Planned Parenthood Federation  |  Central Office

4 Newhams Row  |  London  |  SE1 3UZ  |  United Kingdom

email  Nsaid@...  |  skype nezzdin

 


Reminder! Webinar 17 Nov: Self-injection in humanitarian settings | Auto-injection dans les contextes humanitaires | Auto-injeção em contextos humanitários

Beth Balderston
 

Traduction française ci-dessous | Tradução em português abaixo

 

Can DMPA-SC Self-injection Bridge a Family Planning Access Gap in Humanitarian Settings?

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 | 7:30–9:00 AM EST | 12:30–200 PM GMT | 3:30–5:00 PM EAT

 

The PATH-JSI DMPA-SC Access Collaborative invites you to a webinar on making self-care interventions available, including DMPA-SC self-injection, in humanitarian settings. Humanitarian crises and disease outbreaks exacerbate the barriers that women face when seeking reproductive health services. They also highlight a timeless truth: women must be able to manage their own sexual and reproductive health—especially in a crisis when health systems are at their weakest.

 

Through this virtual discussion, we aim to address key challenges in humanitarian settings that need to be addressed in order to leverage the potential of self-injection as an option to ease access to family planning in the context of a full method mix.

 

Discussion highlights will include:

  • Programmatic or regulatory actions that need to be implemented
  • Country-specific cultural barriers affecting demand generation in humanitarian settings
  • Supply systems and processes in humanitarian settings compared to national systems
  • Collaboration and data sharing between agencies

 

The webinar will encourage all stakeholders—program implementers, researchers, government officials, health providers, and members of civil society—to consider humanitarian sector perspectives when advocating for policies that advance self-care behaviors and commodities essential to improving health outcomes in crisis settings.

 

This discussion will be moderated by George Barigye, Regional Technical Advisor, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH, Uganda.

 

Panelists:

  • Lilian Ndinda, Maternal and Child Health Coordinator, International Rescue Committee, South Sudan
  • Dr. Arsenia Nhancale, Program Analyst, Family Planning and HIV, United Nations Population Fund, Mozambique
  • Dr. Ronald Nyakoojo, Assistant Public Health Officer (Reproductive Health/HIV), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Uganda
  • Roselline Achola, National Programme Analyst, Family Planning, United Nations Population Fund, Uganda
  • Teddy Inera, Assistant Settlement Commandant, Focal Person for Health, Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement, Uganda

 

This event will be held in English with simultaneous French and Portuguese interpretation provided. Please register in advance at: http://tinyurl.com/17Nov2021

 


 

L'auto-injection de DMPA-SC peut-elle combler l'écart d'accès à la planification familiale dans les contextes humanitaires ?

Mercredi 17 novembre 2021 | 7h30–9h00 EST |12h30-200 GMT | 15h30-17h00 EAT

 

Le Collaboratif pour l’Accès au DMPA-SC de PATH-JSI vous invite à un webinaire sur la mise à disposition d’interventions d’auto-soins, y compris l’auto-injection DMPA-SC, dans les contextes humanitaires. Les crises humanitaires et les épidémies exacerbent les obstacles auxquels les femmes sont confrontées lorsqu’elles recherchent des services de santé reproductive. Cela met également en évidence une vérité intemporelle : les femmes doivent être en mesure de gérer leur propre santé sexuelle et reproductive, en particulier en cas de crise lorsque les systèmes de santé sont les plus faibles.

 

À travers cette discussion virtuelle, nous visons à relever les principaux défis dans les contextes humanitaires qui doivent être abordés afin de tirer parti du potentiel de l’auto-injection en tant qu’option pour faciliter l’accès à la planification familiale dans le contexte d’une gamme de méthodes complète.

 

Les points saillants de la discussion comprendront :

  • Actions programmatiques ou réglementaires à mettre en œuvre
  • Obstacles culturels spécifique au pays, qui affectent la demande dans les contextes humanitaires
  • Systèmes et processus d’approvisionnement dans les contextes humanitaires par rapport aux systèmes nationaux
  • Collaboration et partage de données entre les agences

 

Cette discussion encouragera toutes les parties prenantes – responsables de la mise en œuvre des programmes, chercheurs, responsables gouvernementaux, prestataires de soins de santé et membres de la société civile – à prendre en compte les perspectives du secteur humanitaire lorsqu’elles préconisent des politiques qui font progresser les comportements et les produits d’auto-soins essentiels à l’amélioration des résultats en matière de santé dans les contextes de crise.

 

Cette discussion sera modérée par George Barigye, Conseiller Technique Régional, Le Collaboratif pour l’Accès au DMPA-SC, PATH, Ouganda.

 

Panélistes :

 

  • Lilian Ndinda, Coordonnatrice de la santé maternelle et infantile, International Rescue Committee, Soudan du Sud
  • Dr. Arsenia Nhancale, Analyste de programme, Planification familiale et VIH, Fonds des Nations Unies pour la Population, Mozambique
  • Dr. Ronald Nyakoojo, Assistant Agent de santé publique (Santé reproductive/VIH), Haut-Commissariat des Nations Unies pour les Réfugiés, Ouganda)
  • Roselline Achola, Analyste des programmes nationaux, Planification Familiale, Fonds des Nations Unies pour la Population, Ouganda
  • Teddy Inera, Commandant adjoint pour les refugies, Personne Focale santé, Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement, Ouganda

 

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais avec une interprétation simultanée en français et en portugais. Veuillez-vous inscrire à l’avance : http://tinyurl.com/17Nov2021

 


 

A auto-injeção de DMPA-SC pode preencher uma lacuna de acesso ao planeamento familiar em contextos humanitários?

Quarta, 17 de novembro de 2021 | 7:30-9:00AM EST | 12:30-200 PM GMT | 15:30-17:00 EAT

 

DMPA-SC Access Collaborative da PATH-JSI convida-o a participar num webinar sobre a disponibilização de intervenções de auto-cuidado, incluindo a auto-injecção de DMPA-SC,  em ambientes humanitários. Crises humanitárias e surtos de doenças exacerbam as barreiras que as mulheres enfrentam quando procuram serviços de saúde reprodutiva. Destacam também uma verdade intemporal: as mulheres devem ser capazes de gerir a sua própria saúde sexual e reprodutiva, especialmente numa crise em que os sistemas de saúde estão no seu ponto mais fraco.

Através desta discussão virtual, pretendemos abordar os principais desafios em contextos humanitários  que precisam de ser abordados de modo a alavancar o potencial da auto-injecção como opção para facilitar o acesso ao planeamento familiar no contexto de uma mistura completa de métodos.

 

Os destaques da discussão incluirão:

  • Ações programáticas ou regulamentares que precisam de ser implementadas
  • Barreiras culturais específicas por país que afectam a geração de demanda em ambientes humanitários
  • Sistemas e processos de aprovisionamento em contextos humanitários em comparação com os sistemas nacionais
  • Colaboração e partilha de dados entre agências

 

Esta discussão incentivará todas as partes interessadas — implementadores de programas, investigadores, funcionários do governo, provedores de saúde e membros da sociedade civil — a considerar perspectivas do sector humanitário ao defender políticas que promovem comportamentos de auto-cuidado e mercadorias essenciais para melhorar os resultados da saúde em contextos de crise.

 

Esta discussão será moderada por George Barigye, Assessor Técnico Regional, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH, Uganda.

 

Painelistas:

  • Lilian Ndinda, Coordenadora de Saúde Materna e Infantil, International Rescue Committee, Sudão do Sul
  • Dr. Arsenia Nhancale, Analista de Programas, Planeamento Familiar e HIV, Fundo das Nações Unidas para a População, Moçambique
  • Dr. Ronald Nyakoojo, Assistente de Saúde Pública (Saúde Reprodutiva/HIV), Alto Comissariado das Nações Unidas para os Refugiados, Uganda
  • Roselline Achola, Analista do Programa Nacional, Planeamento Familiar, Fundo das Nações Unidas para a População, Uganda
  • Teddy Inera, Comandante Assistente de Assentamento, Ponto Focal para Saúde, Assentamento de Refugiados de Kiryandongo, Uganda

 

Este evento será realizado em inglês com interpretação simultânea em francês e em português. Por favor, registe-se com antecedencia: http://tinyurl.com/17Nov2021


Linking research, policy and practice: Invitation and programme

Kabelka, Hannah
 

Dear colleagues,

 

I would be delighted to meet you at Share-Net International’s 10-year anniversary of the conference “Linking research, policy and practice” that spotlights students’ research findings related to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and gender equality & women’s empowerment (GEWE). Several sessions, such as session 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8, include presentations on topics related to family planning and reproductive health. I invite you to check out the programme and abstract dossier, register yourself to sessions of your interest and please also help us disseminate among your partners, students, colleagues etc.! Thank you very much!

 

The aim of the conference is to:

     Disseminate young people’s knowledge on SRHR and GEWE

     Create a safe space for open dialogue, linking and learning between different SRHR actors

     Stimulate research-informed policy and practice, particularly in SNI country-hub contexts

     Identify further gaps in research, policy and practice

     Harvest networking opportunities between Share-Net members, young researchers, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Embassies of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in SNI countries and the wider SRHR community

When? Full day event on Thursday, 18th of November 2021 - 9.00 – 17.00 GMT+1;

Where? Online via Zoom and Remo Conference App

How to register: Participants are required to register in advance for each session of their interest to receive the confirmation email including link to the conference session and networking event. All links can be found on the programme.

Language of the event: All knowledge sharing sessions will be in English or have interpretation available (for more information, see programme).

 

You can find more information about the different knowledge sharing sessions and networking events attached and online here.

We look forward to seeing you at the event,

 

Best

Hannah

 

 

 

Kind regards,

Hannah Kabelka 

KIT Royal Tropical Institute



T +31205688261
www.kit.nl

P.O. Box 95001
1090 HA Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Visitors address:
Mauritskade 64
1092 AD Amsterdam
The Netherlands

 

 

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