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Reminder: August 4 Workshop on Learning from Failures

Ados May
 

oin us for an interactive workshop focused on improving through failure. L'interprétation en français sera disponible.

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Oops! Ah-ha! Learning from Failures in FP Program Implementation

 

Aug Failure Event (3)

You still have time to register and become an early adopter in normalizing the sharing of failures to improve family planning programs.

 

Join Knowledge SUCCESS and the WHO/IBP Network for an interactive workshop focused on improving through failure to strengthen FP/RH program implementation.

 

Our failures give us some of the greatest insights into how we can improve our programs and services, and FP/RH professionals around the world have asked that we, as a community, share more of our failures with each other so we can learn and grow together. During the session you’ll hear failure experiences from peers and have the opportunity to glean new insights from sharing your own failure story with a small group of peers. This session is meant to inspire reflection, learning, and growth.


Think that sharing your own failure is too hard? In this workshop, we’ll use a successful model that makes it easy to share failures. Here’s how:

  • Each story shared will be short and sweet – no longer than 2 minutes. We don’t need names and other details; just the essentials to foster learning.
  • You’ll share your story with a small group of no more than 4 of your peers. It’ll be a supportive environment for peers to share and learn together. 
  • Each group will use what’s called “curious questions” to learn why the failure was meaningful and how that learning can be integrated into future work. No finger pointing or blaming!

Our goal is to support a culture of informal sharing among organizations and to normalize improving through our failures so we can be better equipped to replicate and adapt lessons learned in FP/RH. We can’t do it without you!

 

Date: August 4, 2022

Time: 8:00-9:30am EDT

 

L'interprétation en français sera disponible et les francophones pourront choisir de faire partie d'un groupe de discussion francophone.

 

 

P.S. Stay tuned for announcements on how you may be able to publish your failure story for the learning and benefit of the global FP/RH community.

 

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Disability Inclusion in SRHR, From Commitment to Practice: webinar recording and relevant links

Alessandra Aresu
 

 

 

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to share with you the recording of Humanity & Inclusion’s webinar Disability Inclusion in SRHR: From Commitment to Practice held on the 13th of July.

 

Please find below the relevant links for the inclusive SRHR resources launched during the webinar:

 

The comprehensive inclusive SRHR guideline

Berger, G., Aresu, A. & Newnham, J.  Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for All: Disability Inclusion from Theory to Practice, Humanity & Inclusion, WISH2ACTION, 2022

 

The qualitative study report                                                                                                 

Humanity & Inclusion, Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Information and Services Perspectives of women and girls with

disabilities in Uganda and Bangladesh, Humanity & Inclusion, WISH2ACTION, 2021

 

The compendium of learnings and best practices

Humanity & Inclusion, Learning from a disability-inclusive sexual reproductive health and rights, Humanity & Inclusion, WISH2ACTION, 2021

Also available in French and Portuguese

 

For any additional information on our work on inclusive SRHR please do not hesitate to contact us at info-health@...

 

Kind  regards,

 

Alessandra Aresu

 

 

Alessandra Aresu, PhD

Humanity & Inclusion

 

Director, Global Inclusive Health Division

 

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Survey - Access to new COVID-19 Therapeutics

Laila HARRAS-PELLETIER
 

Dear colleagues, 

*apologies for cross-posting*

Access to medicines has long been a challenge in many low-resource settings, and the COVID-19 era has been no exception. The innovations in COVID-19 R&D have moved by leaps and bounds, with many researchers, scientists, and pharma at the forefront of developing new drugs to treat and prevent COVID-19 infection and disease progression.

Some of these drugs have shown efficacy and have been granted regulatory approval. Basing on the COVID-19 Clinical Research Coalition's principle of advocating for equal access to innovations by all, and in advance of a related webinar planned for later this year, the coalition would like to carry out a quick survey to assess the access to these new medicines in different countries.


Laila Harras-Pelletier
Graduate - Public Policy, Global Health
Project Associate Consultant @DNDi
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You’re Invited: Moving Self-Care From Policy to Practice Webinar (July 26)

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Dear IBP colleagues, on the heels of International Self-Care Day, we hope you’ll join us for this exciting event tomorrow. Warm regards, Kim

 

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Moving Self-Care from Policy to Practice: Insights from Trailblazing Countries
26 JULY 2022 | 9:00-10:30 EDT, 13:00-14:30 GMT, 16:00-15:30 EAT 

Countries are advancing self-care policy and practice, many of whom are adapting and adopting the World Health Organization (WHO) Guideline on Self-Care Interventions for Health and Wellbeing (June 2021). One year after the release of updated guidance, what does national guideline development and implementation look like? How is the guideline accelerating access to self-care interventions, and where are improvements in policy, programing, and financing still needed? What questions and issues are implementers grappling with as guidelines roll out and scale up? As we mark International Self-Care Month, join the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) for a special event to explore these questions and more.

 

Moderated by:

Milka Dinev, Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition and member of the SCTG Coalition Steering Committee

With special remarks from:

Keynote address: Dr. Olumuyiwa Ojo, World Health Organization, Nigeria Country Office

·       Dr. Lillian Sekabembe, PSI Uganda

·       Dr. Fredrick Makumbi, School of Public Health, Makerere University, Uganda

·       Dr. Kayode Afolabi, Former Director and Head, Reproductive Health Division, Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria

·       Dr. Fintirimam Sambo-Donga, Association for Reproductive and Family Health, Nigeria

·       Dr. Mamadou Moustapha Diop, Ministry of Health and Social Action, Senegal

·       Aïssata Fall, Population Reference Bureau, Senegal

·       Dr. Talib Lashari, Population Welfare Department, Sindh Province, Pakistan

·       Clara Cardona, Red de Salud de las Mujeres Latinoamericanas y del Caribe, Colombia

 

Live simultaneous interpretation in English, French, and Spanish will be available.

 

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You're Invited! Towards Transforming Ethiopia's Primary Health System

Ados May
 

 

 

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Please join USAID Transform: Primary Health Care Activity for our end-of-project global dissemination of lessons and successes from over five years of implementation.

 

From 2017 to 2022, USAID Transform: Primary Health Care Activity has been led by Pathfinder International in partnership with consortium members JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc., Encompass LLC, Abt Associates Inc, and Ethiopian Midwives Association—and in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Regional Health Bureaus, and non-governmental organizations. The project's objectives were to prevent child and maternal deaths and enhance capacity of the primary health system by supporting government’s health sector transformation plan.

USAID Transform: Primary Health Care Activity was implemented through phased and adaptive approaches, addressing bottlenecks, harnessing existing mechanisms and investments, collaboration, introduction of innovations, capacity building, and sustainability mechanisms. 

 

 


FEATURED SPEAKERS

  • Murtala Mai, Chief, Country and Program Strategy, Pathfinder International
  • Mengistu Asnake, Country Director, Pathfinder Ethiopia
  • Luwam Teshome, Technical Director FP/RH & Gender, Pathfinder Ethiopia
  • Bekele Belayihun, Senior Research Advisor, Monitoring, Evaluation, & Learning, Pathfinder Ethiopia

 

 

 

 

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Self-Care Advocacy Toolkit / Kit de Plaidoyer pour l’Autosoin / Kit de Herramientas para el Autocuidado

Ados May
 

 

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Dear Self-Care Champion,

The Global Advocacy & Communications Working Group (GAC) of the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) is excited to share the Self-Care for UHC Advocacy Toolkit. The aim of this Toolkit is to equip self-care champions with the resources to effectively advocate for the inclusion of self-care in health systems and within universal health coverage (UHC). The Toolkit is available in English, French, and Spanish.
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Why was the Toolkit developed?  

Since the inception of the SCTG, we’ve heard from self-care champions that one of the greatest challenges facing advocates is that too few people understand what self-care is and the valuable role it plays within UHC. We heard you and worked with our GAC members to develop tools that can support you in your outreach to donors, influencers, policymakers, and other key stakeholders.  

Who is the intended audience of the Toolkit? 

This Toolkit is for anyone looking to engage in the self-care movement! Advocates, health workers, resource mobilizers, communications professionals, and others can use these tools to spread the word to donors, policymakers, global influencers, and other key stakeholders who have the power to influence UHC policies, programming, funding, and support for self-care. The tools have been developed by SCTG members from around the world and can be adapted to be used in different countries and used in global advocacy. 

What is included in the Toolkit?  

  1. Messaging Framework: Developed for a general audience and eight stakeholder groups, the Framework provides tailored messages on how self-care addresses a problem each group is facing, the impact of self-care in addressing that problem, and what they can do to support and advance self-care.  
  1. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Self-Care: This tool aims to dispel myths and address confusion about self-care and is intended to provide self-care champions with answers to tough questions, common concerns, and address misconceptions. 
  1. Common Self-Care Terms: Self-care can mean different things to different people. This tool ensures self-care champions have a common set of terms and a shared language when talking about self-care. The definitions focus on how people practice self-care and are aligned with the World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines on Self-Care Interventions for Health and Well-Being.
  1. Policy Brief Template: This tool is designed for country-level advocates working to advance scaling up of self-care in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It contains crucial information on self-care and the impact it can have on health systems. Advocates can tailor the brief to each country’s specific needs, context, and target audience. 

The toolkit also features additional resources such as the SCTG Brochure and the Infographic on Self-Care and UHC, which illustrates the relationship between advancing self-care and strengthening health systems for all.  

Help us spread the word! 
 
Please forward this announcement to your networks and share these tools on your social media channels tagging @selfcare4UHC and using #selfcare4UHC. And of course, we encourage you to use these resources in your communications, advocacy, and outreach. Once you do, we want to hear from you! Please fill out this survey to share your experience with using these tools. Your feedback will help us continue to improve and expand the content of the Toolkit and identify additional resources to help advance self-care and UHC.

Do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or want to get more involved in global advocacy and communications for self-care and UHC. 

Best regards, 
The GAC Leadership Team

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IGWG Gender Updates

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Events

 

How to Be a Gender Trainer: Facilitating Transformative Change Through Feminist Pedagogies

Cynara

When: Monday, October 3–Friday, October 7
Where: Connect online

This 5-day participatory, virtual course is for gender specialists who would like to develop their training skills. Theoretical topics to be covered include feminist participatory methodologies, quality standards in gender training, and the role of gender training in broader change processes. The course will also address key challenges involved in gender training and how these can be addressed.

 

 

Resources

 

CHARISMA Mobile: A Digital Empowerment Counseling Resource to Help Women Use PrEP Safely

PEPFAR, USAID, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, RTI International, WITS RHI, FHI 360, and PATH

CHARISMA is an empowerment-based, counselor-administered intervention that was adapted into a mobile-friendly, self-administered website, CHARISMA Mobile. The brief explains CHARISMA Mobile’s purpose and how to use the online content to support women and adolescent girls and young women, including how to adapt it for different audiences or contexts. 

 

 

Social Norms: Promoting Community Support for Family Planning

High Impact Practices (HIP) in Family Planning Partnership

This brief describes the evidence from interventions that use reflective dialogue, interpersonal communication, mass and/or social media, digital technologies, or a combination of these channels to fortify or shift social norms to increase social support for voluntary family planning.

 

 

Newsclips

 

Women Should Be Leading Conservation Efforts in Africa

Al Jazeera

Most women in sub-Saharan Africa have traditional responsibilities as food growers, water and fuel gatherers, and caregivers. As the group most affected by climate change, women have a better understanding of what needs to be done to adapt to changing environmental conditions, protect the environment, and come up with practical solutions to problems introduced by climate change. 

 

 

 

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Aug 3: Scaling self-injection across sectors in Malawi | Mise à l’échelle de l’auto-injection dans tous les secteurs au Malawi

Beth Balderston
 

From: DMPA-SC Access Collaborative <DMPA-SC-LAN@...>

 

 

DMPA-SC Access Collaborative Learning and Action Network

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Scaling self-injection across sectors in Malawi

Lessons learned from training and support for health workers in the public and private sectors

Wednesday, August 3, 2022
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM EDT | 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM CAT

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Malawi has made significant progress in scaling up DMPA-SC and self-injection in the public sector with 100% of service delivery points activated. The country has also learned valuable lessons through private sector pilots and is in the process of finalising new guidelines to authorize pharmacies and drugstores to provide self-injection training to clients. The country’s approach is widely appreciated as an example of effective government-led and partner-supported scale-up involving both the public and private sector.

This webinar hosted by the PATH-JSI DMPA-SC Access Collaborative Learning and Action Network (LAN), is an opportunity to hear public and private partners’ insights on national scale-up of DMPA-SC and self-injection, with a focus on provider training and supportive supervision as well as strong cross-sectoral partnerships. Speakers include representatives from the Malawi Ministry of Health Reproductive Health Directorate, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), FHI 360, and Population Services International (PSI).

Drawing from program data and research, this virtual panel will discuss practical lessons learned from Malawi’s national scale-up of public-sector provider training, public provider reflections on integrating self-injection, and experiences from a private sector provider training pilot. These lessons may benefit governments and public and private partners in other contexts who are in the process of introducing or scaling up DMPA-SC for self-injection.

This event will be held in English with simultaneous French interpretation provided.


Moderator

  • Frehiwot Birhanu, Senior Program Manager, Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health, CHAI, Malawi

Panelists

  • Jessie Salamba Chirwa, Family Planning Program Officer/DMPA-SC Focal Person, Reproductive Health Directorate, Ministry of Health, Malawi
  • Gracious Ali, Senior Associate, Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health/Infectious Diseases, CHAI, Malawi
  • Holly Burke, Scientist, FHI 360, United States
  • Caroline Bakasa, Reproductive Health Technical Advisor, PSI, Malawi

We look forward to having you join us virtually. Please register in advance below.

For more information about the DMPA-SC LAN, please email dmpa-sc-lan@.... 

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Mise à l’échelle de l’auto-injection dans tous les secteurs au Malawi

Leçons apprises de la formation et du soutien aux agents de santé des secteurs public et privé

Le mercredi 3 août 2022
9h30 à 11h00 HNE | 15h30 à 17h00 Heure de l'afrique centrale

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Le Malawi a réalisé des progrès significatifs dans la mise à l'échelle du DMPA-SC et de l'auto-injection dans le secteur public avec 100% des points de prestation de services activés. Le pays a également appris des leçons grâce à des projets pilotes du secteur privé et est en train de finaliser de nouvelles lignes directrices pour autoriser les pharmacies et les points de vente à fournir une formation sur l’auto-injection aux clients.  L’approche du pays est largement appréciée comme un exemple de mise à l’échelle efficace dirigée par le gouvernement et soutenue par des partenaires impliquant à la fois le secteur public et le secteur privé.

Ce webinaire, organisé par Le Collaboratif pour l’Accès au DMPA-SC de PATH-JSI est l’occasion d’entendre les points de vue des partenaires publics et privés sur la mise à l’échelle nationale du DMPA-SC et l’auto-injection, en mettant l’accent sur la formation des prestataires et la supervision formative, ainsi que sur de solides partenariats intersectoriels.  Les panélistes comprennent des représentants de la Direction de la santé reproductive du ministère de la Santé du Malawi, de la Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), du FHI 360 et de Population Services International (PSI).

S’appuyant sur les données et la recherche du programme, ce panel virtuel discutera des leçons pratiques apprises de la mise à l’échelle nationale de la formation des prestataires du secteur public au Malawi, des réflexions des prestataires publics sur l’intégration de l’auto-injection et des expériences d’un projet pilote de formation des prestataires du secteur privé. Ces leçons peuvent bénéficier aux gouvernements et aux partenaires publics et privés dans d’autres contextes qui sont en train d’introduire ou la mise à l'échelle du DMPA-SC pour l’auto-injection.

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en Français.

Modérateur

  • Frehiwot Birhanu, Responsable de Programme Principal, Santé sexuelle, Reproductive, Maternelle et Néonatale, CHAI, Malawi

Panélistes

  • Jessie Salamba Chirwa, Chargée de Programme de Planification Familiale/Responsable DMPA-SC, Direction de la Santé Reproductive, ministère de la Santé, Malawi
  • Gracious Ali, Associée Principale, Santé Sexuelle, Reproductive, Maternelle et Néonatale/Maladies Infectieuses, CHAI, Malawi
  • Holly Burke, Scientifique, FHI 360, États-Unis
  • Caroline Bakasa, Conseillère Technique en Santé Reproductive, PSI, Malawi

Nous sommes impatients de vous voir vous joindre à nous virtuellement pour cet événement. Veuillez-vous inscrire à l’avance sur le lien ci-dessous.

Pour plus d’informations sur cet événement, veuillez envoyer un e-mail à dmpa-sc-lan@....

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Thank you for your Participation: IBP Virtual Partners Meeting Series

Nandita Thatte
 

Dear IBP Colleagues,


I hope you are well. Thank you all for taking time to attend the IBP Virtual Partners Meeting yesterday in celebration of World Population Day! This was the final meeting in series of IBP Partner Meetings and Drum Beat events in the lead up to the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) scheduled for November 14th - 17th 2022 in Pattaya City Thailand.

 

Over the past year we have held 3 Partners Meetings in line with World Contraception Day (September 23rd 2021), World Health Day (April 7th 2022) and World Population Day (July 12th 2022). Over the span of these meetings, we have grown to welcome 17 new member organizations, welcomed a new Steering Committee and engaged with over 2400 SRHR professionals! We covered important themes to improve family planning and sexual and reproductive health programming and launched several new guidelines and resources.


See below for links to some of these important tools. Thank you again to all the panelists and participants. We look forward to seeing you at the next IBP event!


With best wishes,

 

Nandita, Ados, Carolin and Trinley

IBP Secretariat

 

 

WHO Abortion Care Guidelines

View Online and Download HERE

 

 

WHO Provider Handbook for Integrating SRHR into UHC

Download HERE

 

 

 

WHO Launch: Learning By Sharing Story Portal for SRHR and UHC Implementation
Register for the Launch July 19th HERE

                                                                                                           

WHO/IBP Global Survey on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion-Submit your Input TODAY!

Submit your thoughts HERE

 

WHO/IBP 2-Page on Storytelling Resources for FP/SRHR

Download HERE

 

 

Nandita Thatte, DrPH

Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health

World Health Organization

Geneva, Switzerland

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Register for Oops! Ah-ha! Learning from Failures in FP Program Implementation

Ados May
 

 

Join us for an interactive workshop focused on improving through failure. L'interprétation en français sera disponible.

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Join Knowledge SUCCESS and the WHO/IBP Network for

Oops! Ah-ha! Learning from Failures in FP Program Implementation

 

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Join Knowledge SUCCESS and the WHO/IBP Network for an interactive workshop focused on improving through failure to strengthen FP/RH program implementation.

 

Our failures give us some of the greatest insights into how we can improve our programs and services, and FP/RH professionals around the world have asked that we, as a community, share more of our failures with each other so we can learn and grow together. During the session you’ll hear failure experiences from peers and have the opportunity to glean new insights from sharing your own failure story with a small group of peers. This session is meant to inspire reflection, learning, and growth.


Think that sharing your own failure is too hard? In this workshop, we’ll use a successful model that makes it easy to share failures. Here’s how:

  • Each story shared will be short and sweet – no longer than 2 minutes. We don’t need names and other details; just the essentials to foster learning.
  • You’ll share your story with a small group of no more than 4 of your peers. It’ll be a supportive environment for peers to share and learn together. 
  • Each group will use what’s called “curious questions” to learn why the failure was meaningful and how that learning can be integrated into future work. No finger pointing or blaming!

Our goal is to support a culture of informal sharing among organizations and to normalize improving through our failures so we can be better equipped to replicate and adapt lessons learned in FP/RH. We can’t do it without you!

 

Date: August 4, 2022

Time: 8:00-9:30am EDT

 

L'interprétation en français sera disponible et les francophones pourront choisir de faire partie d'un groupe de discussion francophone.

 

 

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New UNFPA research reveals that nearly a third of all women in developing countries become mothers during adolescence

Satvika Chalasani
 

Dear IBP colleagues,


Best regards,
Satvika

Satvika Chalasani, Ph.D.
Senior Technical Specialist; Lead on Adolescent Girls and E
nding Child Marriage
Technical Division, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
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UNFPA research reveals that nearly a third of all women in developing countries become mothers during adolescence 

New York, 5 July 2022 Nearly a third of all women in developing countries begin childbearing at age 19 and younger, and nearly half of first births to adolescents are to children, or girls aged 17 and younger, reveals research released today by UNFPA, the UN sexual and reproductive health agency. 

While total fertility across the globe has fallen, the UNFPA report shows that women who began childbearing in adolescence had almost 5 births by the time they reached age 40 in 2015-2019. 

“When nearly a third of all women in developing countries are becoming mothers during adolescence, it is clear the world is failing adolescent girls,” said UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem. “The repeat pregnancies we see among adolescent mothers are a glaring signpost that they desperately need sexual and reproductive health information and services.”

After having their first child, additional childbearing in adolescence is common for child mothers. Among girls with a first birth at age 14 or younger, nearly three quarters also have a second birth in adolescence, and 40 per cent of those with two births progress to a third birth before exiting adolescence. 

Complications from giving birth are a leading cause of death and injury for adolescent girls, but being an adolescent mother can also lead to other grave violations of their human rights and serious social consequences, including child marriage, intimate-partner violence and mental health issues. The youngest child mothers face the highest risks. 

Across the globe, there are encouraging signs of declining levels of motherhood in childhood and adolescence. But the pace of decline has been alarmingly slow – often by only about three percentage points per decade. 

“Governments need to invest in adolescent girls and help expand their opportunities, resources, and skillsets, thereby helping avoid early and unintended pregnancies,” said Dr. Kanem. “When girls can meaningfully chart their own life course, motherhood in childhood will grow increasingly rare.”

The report lays out recommendations for policymakers including the need to provide girls with comprehensive sexuality education, mentorship, social support, and quality health services, provide families with economic support, and engage local organizations, all within a supportive policy and legal framework that recognizes the rights, capacities and needs of adolescents, particularly marginalized adolescent girls. 


About UNFPA:

UNFPA is the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency. UNFPA's mission is to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person's potential is fulfilled. UNFPA calls for the realization of reproductive rights for all and supports access to a wide range of sexual and reproductive health services, including voluntary family planning, quality maternal health care and comprehensive sexuality education.





      


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Featured #ICFP2022 News


See the latest from the world's largest convening of FP & SRHR professionals ⬇️

 

 

 


Be part of the ICFP LIVE Stage!

Community-driven, free, & accessible


You are invited to submit a 10-15 minute segment proposal for the ICFP LIVE Community Program hosted on the ICFP LIVE Stage at ICFP 2022 this 14-17 November. 

The ICFP LIVE Community Program is your opportunity to present your ideas and share your story with more than 40,000 people from over 125 countries.

 

The deadline to submit is Tuesday, 26 July.
Find full details & instructions at the link below:

 

 

 

 

 

Last call for Youth Pre-Conference session proposals!


The deadline to submit a session proposal for the ICFP Youth Pre-Conference is Monday, 11 July at 11:59 PM ET.

Concepts around human rights, inclusivity, justice, identity, diversity, and gender equity will be at the heart of this 2-day convening right before the main conference. Specific attention will be given to promoting creativity and innovation throughout so that all ideas are given lift.

If you or your organization are interested in proposing a session for the ICFP Youth Pre-Conference, please see the call for session proposals at the link below.

 

 

 

 

 

Pass it on: Apply now to be a mentor or mentee!


Many of us are lucky enough to have had a supervisor, coach, or teacher who has made a positive impact on our lives. Are you ready to pass it on and have a hand in shaping the next leaders of family planning?

The ICFP Youth Subcommittee and 120 Under 40: The New Generation of Family Planning Leaders are looking for mentors to guide youth conference delegates leading up to and during ICFP 2022.

To apply for the 2022 ICFP mentoring activity as a mentor or mentee, you must first be registered for the conference. Contact youth@... for more info.

 

 


In addition, the ICFP/WHO Scientific Writing, Mentoring, and Coaching Course applications are also open. The course aims to support authors with an accepted ICFP abstract to develop their writing skills and publish a scientific paper from their accepted abstract.

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Early Bird Registration ends 31 July and in-person registration fees will increase on 1 August.

 

 

 

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TUES, JULY 12 | WHO/IBP Network Virtual Partners Meeting

Trinley Athup
 

Dear IBP Network Colleagues, 


We are thrilled to host our final WHO/IBP Network Partners Meeting on Tuesday, July 12th from 7:00 - 11:00 (EST)/ 13:00 – 17:00 (CEST), in recognition of World Population Day.

 

Attached is the meeting agenda with session details including names of our esteemed speakers. If you haven’t registered yet, please register HERE.

 

Please also feel free to circulate the agenda among your friends and colleagues.

 

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday! 


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FW: July is Self-Care Month – Register for Two Exciting Events

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Dear IBP colleagues,

 

Please join White Ribbon Alliance, the Self-Care Trailblazer Group, the Interagency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises and partners for two exciting self-care events in commemoration of International Self-Care Month. Additional details and registration information below. We hope to see you there!

 

Best,

Kim

 

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Did you know July is International Self-Care Month? To mark the occasion, White Ribbon Alliance is teaming up with the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) and special partners to host two dynamic virtual events. Live simultaneous interpretation in French and Spanish will be available at both meetings.

We hope to see you there – register today!  

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

About the Self-Care Country Advocacy Working Group

The Self-Care Country Advocacy Working Group (CAWG) is a dynamic forum for sharing effective approaches, promising practices, and lessons learned on policy and advocacy efforts to advance self-care at the country level. CAWG is housed under the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) and is chaired by SCTG member White Ribbon Alliance. Each quarter, the CAWG meets to explore a theme of wide relevance to self-care advocates, including building off topics covered in the 2021 Self-Care Learning and Discovery Series. Click here to become a member of the SCTG and join the CAWG.

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Webinar - Disability Inclusion in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: From Commitment to Practice / Webinaire - Inclusion des personnes handicapées dans la santé et droits sexuels et reproductifs : de l’engagement à la pratique

Ados May
 

 

 

INVITATION

REGISTER HERE

 

Humanity & Inclusion is pleased to invite you to the virtual launch of our recently published global resources for disability inclusion in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) developed through the WISH2ACTION Program and all based on HI’s technical expertise and field experience in promoting and ensuring a human rights-based approach to disability inclusion and SRHR. These include the guideline, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for All: Disability Inclusion from Theory to Practice, the qualitative study report, Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Information and Services: Perspectives of women and girls with disabilities in Uganda and Bangladesh, and the compendium of learnings and best practices, Learning from a Disability-inclusive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Programme (WISH2ACTION). 

 

During the webinar, HI and partners will share an overview of the current context and importance of promoting disability inclusion in the health sector and particularly in SRHR, and present the key HI resources that are available to support stakeholders translating their commitment on inclusive SRHR into practice.

REGISTER: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlceihpjMsHdMAQ6FrRpMoAdZ_x511ZxSF

     

Key Speakers and Presenters:

Sam Yates, WISH SRO and Senior Social Development Adviser, Pan-Africa Department, UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office 

Jarrod Clyne, Human Rights Advisor, International Disability Alliance

Melissa Cockcroft, Deputy Director – Technical Support , WISH2ACTION, International Planned Parenthood Federation

Dr Alessandra Aresu, Global Health Director, Humanity & Inclusion

Sherry Nambuba, Director of the Uganda Association of Women with Disabilities  

Dr Esrat Jahan, Technical Unit Manager, Humanity & Inclusion

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting on Zoom.

 

We look forward to seeing you on 13 July!

 

 

Best regards

 

 

Joanna Correia

Humanity & Inclusion - Uganda

Chief of Party | WISH2ACTION

 

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SSNB CoP Webinar invitation | Infection Prevention, Control and Management | 12 July

Ados May
 

 

Care of the Small and Sick Newborn Community of Practice

 

 

Photo: Fredrik Lerneryd / Save the Children

 

Webinar
Infection Prevention, Control and Management in the Neonatal Unit

 

 

Tuesday, 12 July, 2022

8am EDT | 1pm BST | 3pm EAT | 5:30pm IST

1 hour 15 minutes

 

 

Details: 

On July 12th, the Care of the Small and Sick Newborn CoP will host a webinar in partnership with NEST360. This session aims to follow on from the Implementation Toolkit for Small and Sick Newborn Care Seminar which focused on "Closing the neonatal infection detection gap: from data and evidence to action," hosted in April 2022. This session will take an in-depth look at gaps in detecting neonatal infection in facilities and specific infection prevention, control and management practices in neonatal units in Malawi and India followed by an opportunity for discussion and questions and answers. 

Moderator:

  • Dr. Neena Khadka –Newborn Health Focal Point, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership, USAID Grantee

Speakers:

  • Dr. James Cross – NEST360 at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Dr. Oliver Pearse –  Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust
  • Dr. Sushma Nangia – Department of Neonatology, Lady Hardinge Medical College & Kalawati Saran Children's Hospital

Agenda:

  • Introductions
  • Neonatal infection detection gap: Barriers and enablers to the use of neonatal blood culture in facilities within NEST360
  • Neonatal infection and environmental contamination on a neonatal unit in Malawi
  • Antibiotic stewardship in a neonatal unit in India
  • Discussion and Q&A
  • Wrap-up

Date: 12 July 2022
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Featured #ICFP2022 News


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ICFP LIVE Stage Submissions Now Open

Community-driven, free & accessible


You are invited to submit a 10-15 minute segment proposal for the #ICFP2022 LIVE Community Program hosted on the ICFP LIVE Stage, our free and accessible platform designed to capture the diversity, expertise, and passion of the FP & SRHR communities!

The ICFP LIVE Community Program is your opportunity to present your ideas and share your story with over 40,000 people from more than 125 countries.

 

Find full submission details and instructions at the link below

 

 

 

 

 

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A person’s health is directly related to their rights—and achieving universal health coverage (UHC) requires ensuring that all people have access to the essential health services they need, when and where they need them, and without financial hardship.

We invite you to share your organization's statement or personal story with abortion care below, and we will post them on the ICFP2022.org website.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Mentoring Activity Applications are OPEN!

 

Apply now to be a mentor or mentee



The goal of the 2022 ICFP mentoring activity is to support the personal and professional development of ICFP community members by matching mentees with mentors who can provide guidance, advice, and feedback on the same field or skill area.

To apply to be a mentor and/or mentee, you must first be registered for the conference. Contact youth@... for more info.

 

 


In addition, the ICFP/WHO Scientific Writing, Mentoring, and Coaching course applications are also open for mentors and mentees. The course aims to support authors with an accepted ICFP abstract to develop their writing skills and publish a scientific paper from their accepted abstract.

Once you have registered for the conference, you may apply for this course here. If you have questions, please contact youth@....

 

 

 

 

 


LAST CHANCE to submit Media Relations Task Group Nominations


Help us identify the most compelling news and spokespeople at #ICFP2022


Individuals with media relations experience are encouraged to apply to join this task group to find the most compelling news to announce at ICFP 2022, as well as spokespeople and key experts to speak with media, both in-person and virtually.

Please use the form below to submit your media relations specialist nomination by TODAY— and help connect your organization with media at this year’s ICFP! 
 

 

 

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Registration for #ICFP2022 is OPEN!


You can register TODAY to be part of the world’s largest convening of family planning and sexual and reproductive health and rights experts this 14-17 November in Pattaya City, Thailand.

Join the ICFP community
in person this year—or—engage with us virtually from anywhere in the world!
 

LEARN MORE & REGISTER HERE >>>

 

 

  EXCELL AWARDS 
Nominations are due 15 July 2022.
Nominate an individual, small team (2-3 people), or country that has shown leadership in family planning HERE.

 

  PARTICIPATION ESSENTIALS  
Find everything you need to know to participate in #ICFP2022!
Learn more about ticket pricing, our hybrid format, deadlines, and more at ICFP2022.org/REGISTRATION.

 

  ATTENDANCE LOGISTICS  
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COVID-19 safety protocols, in-person attendance requirements, travel information, and more HERE.

 

 

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WHO & IBP Network
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  opportunity to work with FP2030 

Request for expression of interest: Host organization for the LAC regional hub
Seeking organizations interested in running the Regional Hub for Latin America and the Caribbean


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Reminder: Webinar: Equitable access to self-care interventions. July 13, 2022, 09:00 Toronto / 15:00 Geneva / 16:00 Nairobi / 18:30 Chennai

Ados May
 

 

 

Equitable access to self-care interventions – results from a global values and preferences study

Date:  July 13th, 2022

Time: 09:00 Toronto / 15:00 Geneva / 16:00 Nairobi / 18:30 Chennai

 

 

Join us for a webinar where we will share the results of the global values and preferences survey (GVPS) that was conducted to inform the 2021 WHO guideline on self-care interventions for health and well-being. End-user feedback on their sexual and reproductive health rights, needs and priorities, the circumstances and environment in which they live, was central to the development of the WHO recommendations. This webinar will include perspectives of end-users and focus on the opportunities and challenges in equitable access to self-care interventions. 

 

Please register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1890924027801984780

 

Useful links:

WHO Global Values and Preferences Survey Report: https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/356986/9789240052215-eng.pdf

WHO Guideline on self-care interventions: https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/357828/9789240052192-eng.pdf

WHO Classification of self-care interventions: Classification of self-care interventions for health: a shared language to describe the uses of self-care interventions (who.int)

WHO Health topic webpages on self-care interventions: Self-care interventions for health (who.int)

 

 

We look forward to your participation!

 

 

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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Reminder: July 12 | WHO/IBP Virtual Partners Meeting

Trinley Athup
 

Dear IBP Network members, 

 

Our third and final Virtual Partners Meeting will take place in less than two weeks on Tuesday, July 12, in recognition of World Population Day. 

 

Attached is the registration flyer, which also gives you an overview of session topics and timings.  Alternatively, you can register by clicking HERE

 

A finalized agenda with speaker names will be sent to all registrants before the meeting. 

 

We look forward to hosting you on July 12th! 


IBP Network Secretariat 
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7 July: DMPA-SC self-injection via retail outlets & last-mile delivery | Accroître l'accès à l'auto-injection dans les points de vente au détail et la prestation de services du dernier kilo

Beth Balderston
 

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To: Beth Balderston <bbalderston@...>
Subject: 7 July: DMPA-SC self-injection via retail outlets & last-mile delivery | Accroître l'accès à l'auto-injection dans les points de vente au détail et la prestation de services du dernier kilo

 

Scaling up through the Catalytic Opportunity Fund | Mise à l'échelle grâce au Fonds d'Opportunité Catalytique ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌

 

DMPA-SC Access Collaborative Learning and Action Network

Traduction française ci-dessous

Increasing DMPA-SC self-injection access through retail outlets and last-mile service delivery
Scaling up through the Catalytic Opportunity Fund

Thursday, July 7, 2022

8:30–10:00 EST | 12:30–14:00 GMT | 15:30–17:00 EAT

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Over the past two years, Ministries of Health and organizations have leveraged the Catalytic Opportunity Fund (COF) to make significant contributions to the national introduction and scale-up of DMPA-SC and self-injection. A rapid funding mechanism that supports short-term DMPA-SC scale-up activities that unlock or generate additional resources, the COF is administered by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and managed by the DMPA-SC Operations Group.*

Join the DMPA-SC Learning and Action Network (LAN) on July 7 to learn from successful COF grantees in the DRC, Rwanda, and Zambia, who will share about the impact of their work and key lessons learned. We will highlight considerations for pharmacy and drug shop introduction, recommendations, and lessons from the DMPA-SC Access Collaborative’s experience in Zambia, inroads made by Pathfinder and Tulane university in the DRC, and early insights from Kasha’s last-mile family planning services delivery in Rwanda.

This virtual discussion will encourage all stakeholders—program implementers, researchers, government officials, health providers, national pharmaceutical societies, and members of civil society—to consider applicable strategies and funding mechanisms  for efficient, sustainable, and scalable product introduction  across the total market.
This event will be held in English and French with simultaneous interpretation provided.

Moderator
Alain Kabore, Regional Technical Advisor, Francophone region, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH

Panelists

  • Edna Anab, Kenya Health Lead, Kasha, Kenya
  • Monica Mutesa, Zambia Country Coordinator, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH, Zambia
  • Dr. Julie Hernandez, Associate professor, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, USA
  • Dr. Rachel Yodi Ashema, DMPA-SC Project Manager, Pathfinder, DRC

We look forward to having you join us virtually. Please register in advance below.

For more information about the DMPA-SC LAN, please email dmpa-sc-lan@....

For more information about the COF, please refer to the COF page and contact cof@... with additional questions.

*The DMPA-SC Operations Group, convened by the Access Collaborative under the oversight of the DMPA-SC Donor Consortium, is a coordinating mechanism to proactively manage and reactively respond to both operational and service delivery issues arising from efforts to introduce, scale up, and ultimately increase access to DMPA-SC and self-injection.

Register Here

Accroître l'accès à l'auto-injection de DMPA-SC dans les points de vente au détail et la prestation de services du dernier kilomètre

Mise à l'échelle grâce au Fonds d'Opportunité Catalytique

Jeudi le 7 juillet, 2022

8h30–10h00 HNE | 12h30–14h00 GMT | 15h30–17h00, heure de l'Afrique de l'Est

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Au cours des deux dernières années, les ministères de la santé et les organisations ont mis à profit le Fonds d'Opportunité Catalytique (FOC) pour apporter des contributions importantes à l'introduction et à l'intensification du DMPA-SC et de l'auto-injection au niveau national. Mécanisme de financement rapide qui soutient les activités de mise à l'échelle à court terme du DMPA-SC qui débloquent ou génèrent des ressources supplémentaires, le FOC est administré par la Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) et géré par le DMPA-SC Operations Group.**

Rejoignez le Réseau d'Apprentissage et d'Action (LAN) du DMPA-SC le 7 juillet pour apprendre des bénéficiaires de subventions FOC en RDC, au Rwanda et en Zambie, qui partageront l'impact de leur travail et les principales leçons apprises. Nous mettrons en évidence les considérations pour l'introduction des pharmacies, les recommandations et les leçons tirées de l'expérience du DMPA-SC Access Collaborative en Zambie, les percées faites par Pathfinder et l'Université de Tulane en RDC, et les premiers aperçus de la prestation de services de planification familiale, dernière en date au Rwanda.

Cette discussion virtuelle encouragera toutes les parties prenantes (exécutants du programme, chercheurs, responsables gouvernementaux, prestataires de santé, sociétés pharmaceutiques nationales et membres de la société civile) à envisager des stratégies et des mécanismes de financement applicables pour une introduction efficace, durable et évolutive des produits PF, sur l'ensemble du marché.

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais et en français avec interprétation simultanée fournie.

Modérateur

Alain Kabore, Conseiller technique régional, région francophone, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH

Panélistes

  • Edna Anab, Responsable de la Santé, Kasha, Kenya
  • Monica Mutesa, Country Coordinator pour la Zambie, DMPA-SC Access Collaborative, PATH, la Zambie
  • Dr. Julie Hernandez, Professeure Agrégée, École de Santé Publique et de Médecine Tropicale de l'Université de Tulane, USA
  • Dr. Rachel Yodi Ashema, Chef de projet DMPA-SC, Pathfinder, RDC

Nous avons hâte de vous compter parmi nous virtuellement. Veuillez-vous inscrire à l'avance ci-dessous.

Pour plus d'informations sur le LAN DMPA-SC, veuillez envoyer un e-mail à dmpa-sc-lan@....

Pour plus d'informations sur le COF, veuillez consulter la page Web du FOC et contacter cof@... si vous avez des questions supplémentaires.

**Le DMPA-SC Operations Group, convoqué par l'Access Collaborative sous la supervision du Consortium des donateurs du DMPA-SC, est un mécanisme de coordination pour gérer de manière proactive et répondre de manière réactive aux problèmes opérationnels et de prestation de services découlant des efforts visant à introduire, intensifier, et finalement accroître l'accès au DMPA-SC et à l'auto-injection.

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