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Reminder: April 7 | WHO/IBP Second Virtual Partners Meeting

Trinley Athup
 

Dear IBP Network members, 


The Second WHO/IBP Virtual Partners Meeting is coming up in two weeks on Thursday, April 7th, 1 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (CEST), in line with World Health Day. 


If you would like to attend but haven't registered yet, please register by CLICKING HERE.  

Alternatively, you can also register using the attached flyer.  A finalized agenda with session details and speaker names will be sent to all registrants before the meeting. 


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


We look forward to seeing you on April 7th! 


IBP Network Secretariat 

www.ibpnetwork.org





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New High Impact Practice in Family Planning Products

Ados May
 

 

 

Dear IBP Partners,

 

The HIP Partnership is pleased to announce the release of two of its newest products:

 

Meaningful Adolescent and Youth Engagement and Partnership in Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming: A Strategic Planning Guide

 

This Strategic Planning Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, and decision makers through a strategic process to meaningfully and effectively engage and partner with adolescents, youth, and/or youth-led organizations on sexual and reproductive health programs and initiatives. Meaningful adolescent and youth engagement and partnership is a right for adolescents and youth and can improve the quality and responsiveness of sexual and reproductive health programs and policies, in turn leading to improved development outcomes.

 

Read the Strategic Planning Guide 

 

 

Contraceptive Method Introduction to Expand Choice, A Strategic Planning Guide

 

This Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, national policy makers, and other stakeholders through a strategic process to coordinate the introduction of contraceptive methods through public and private access channels. The guide was developed through consultation with technical experts and summarizes guidance from key resources for method introduction. It provides an overview and links to other resources for more depth and detail. Successful contraceptive introduction efforts typically include seven elements. These elements are not listed as linear steps because the process is often iterative; revisiting and adapting approaches is often necessary to set the stage for scale-up.

 

Read the Strategic Planning Guide

 

 

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: Dialogue on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights of Indigenous Women, Girls, and Gender Diverse Communities Living with HIV in Nepal. Monday, April 4th, 2022 09:15 Washington/19:00 Kathmandu

Ados May
 

 

Please Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3173881472419549709

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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: SRHR of Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender-Diverse Communities Living with HIV in Canada, March 25th, 2022: 07:00 Vancouver/10:00 Toronto/15:00 Geneva

Ados May
 

 

Please Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8547921574546197516

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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Interactive charts on the impact of COVID-19 on FP in Africa and Asia

Sophie Weiner
 

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Dear colleagues,

 

Connecting the Dots between Evidence and Experience is a new series that combines the latest evidence with implementation experiences to help technical advisors and program managers understand emerging trends in family planning and inform adaptations to their own programs.

 

Explore interactive charts with data on the Impact of COVID-19 on Family Planning in Africa and Asia in the recently published inaugural edition, synthesized by Knowledge SUCCESS in collaboration with Performance Monitoring for Action, the Family Planning Association of Nepal, Access Collaborative, Breakthrough ACTION, and West Africa Breakthrough ACTION.

 

Best,

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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Webinar: Meaningfully Engaging Youth. A Snapshot of the Asia Experience

anne.ballard@...
 

Dear Colleagues,

 

To increase knowledge sharing on AYSRH among people, organizations, and countries in Asia, Knowledge SUCCESS invites you to an interactive webinar on meaningfully engaging youth within the region. Join us to hear how FP/RH organizations in Asia facilitate meaningful youth engagement at different levels, from co-creating with youth, ensuring quality FP/RH services for youth, and developing youth-friendly policies. These organizations will share key insights and lessons learned to ensure that AYSRH programming and policy change is centered around youth voices and activism. Youth are the leaders and innovators of today, not just tomorrow.

 

Meaningfully Engaging Youth: A Snapshot of the Asia Experience

Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 7:00 AM-8:00 AM EST 

Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_v2AAZq36RX--vR-CGB8mnQ

 

Sincerely,

Anne

 

 

Anne Ballard Sara

Senior Program Officer, Knowledge SUCCESS

 

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

111 Market Place, Suite 310

Baltimore, MD 21202

Email: Anne.ballard@...

Skype: anneballard.ccp

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Reminder: Second WHO IBP Virtual Partners Meeting - APRIL 7th

Trinley Athup
 


Thank you and we look forward to welcoming you on April 7th!

IBP Network Secretariat



Curious about client-facing digital tools for family planning? Join us April 6 at 8am EST for a look under the hood.

Sarah Brittingham
 

Greetings IBP members,

Research for Scalable Solutions is delighted to share the results of a recent review of family planning content in client-facing digital tools.

Check out the brief synthesizing our findings and the full report. Prefer something more interactive? We’d love for you to join us for a webinar about what constitutes high quality FP content, how to avoid common pitfalls, and how your content can be optimized for your target audience. The webinar will be hosted in an informal, fire-side chat style with experts involved with three of the recommended tools: Love Matters (RNW Media), Cyber Rwanda (YLabs), and Choice (MSI Reproductive Choices), as well as the authors of the content review. We look forward to seeing you on April 6 at 8am EST / 12pm GMT / 1pm Nigeria / 2pm Rwanda !  Register here to let us know you’ll be there.

 

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Webinar Invitation: SRHR of Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender-Diverse Communities Living with HIV in Canada, March 25th, 2022: 07:00 Vancouver/10:00 Toronto/15:00 Geneva

Ados May
 

 

Please Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8547921574546197516

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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: SRHR of Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender-Diverse Communities Living with HIV in Nigeria on March 18th at 15:00 Abuja/Geneva / 10:00 Washington/Toronto

Ados May
 

 

Register today!: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2396298053161177104

 

 

 

 

 

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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Last chance! ICFP abstract submissions close tonight

Ados May
 

 

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

 

 

Abstract Submissions Closing Tonight

 

Tuesday, 15 March is the LAST DAY to submit a scientific abstract to be part of ICFP 2022 in Pattaya, Thailand this November.

ICFP seeks abstracts on cutting-edge research, program, and advocacy results aimed at enabling individuals throughout the world, especially in low-income areas, to achieve their contraceptive and reproductive intentions.

See abstract guidelines and submission instructions for more information.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of the global conversation on family planning & SRHR!

 

 

 

 

 

ICFP Scientific Resources


See below for resources to help you develop a successful abstract for the 6th International Conference on Family Planning:


Contact abstracts@... with any questions.

 

 

 

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[Webinar March 23rd] Why Do We Need to Elevate the “S” in SBC to Improve Family Planning/Reproductive Health Outcomes?

Danette Wilkins
 

 

Why Do We Need to Elevate the “S” in SBC to Improve Family Planning/Reproductive Health Outcomes?

 

WEBINAR
March 23, 2022
9 AM Washington / 1 PM (GMT) Accra / 2 PM Abuja / 3 PM Lusaka / 4 PM Addis / 6:30 PM New Delhi
Duration: 1 hour
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Pourquoi devons-nous élever le « S » du CSC pour améliorer les résultats de la planification familiale et de la santé reproductive ?

 

23 mars 2022
9 AM Washington / 1 PM (GMT) Accra / 2 PM Abuja / 3 PM Lusaka / 4 PM Addis / 6:30 PM New Delhi
Durée: 1 heure
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Family planning (FP) remains susceptible to inequities, and these inequities hinder access to FP information, services, and methods for women, men, and other gender-diverse people across socioeconomic statuses. Addressing social determinants of health is a widely recognized primary approach to achieving health equity. Without adequately considering and addressing the social determinants of health, individuals, couples, and families will not be able to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. 

 

This webinar will make the case for explicitly considering and addressing equity and social determinants of health in social and behavior change (SBC) programming for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH). It will feature the voices and experiences of civil society, governments, and donors about why this work needs to be prioritized and funded. The webinar will also explore how to build effective coalitions with multi-sectoral actors.
 
The webinar will be offered in English with simultaneous interpretation into French.

ISSUE OVERVIEW

Intentionally Incorporating the Social Determinants of Health into SBC Programming for FP

  • Lynn Van Lith, Technical Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Breakthrough ACTION

FEATURED PANELISTS

  • Beverly Lorraine Ho, Concurrent Director IV, Health Promotion Bureau and Disease Prevention and Control Bureau, Department of Health, Philippines
  • Arame Gueye Sène, Executive Director, Social Change Factory, Senegal
  • Foyeke Oyedokun-Adebagbo, Project Management Specialist—Social and Behavior Change, Health, Population & Nutrition Office, U.S. Agency for International Development, Nigeria

MODERATOR

  • Carol Underwood, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Breakthrough ACTION

 

 

La planification familiale (PF) reste sujette aux inégalités, et ces inégalités entravent l'accès aux informations, services et méthodes de PF pour les femmes, les hommes et les autres personnes de sexe différent, quel que soit leur statut socio-économique. La prise en compte des déterminants sociaux de la santé est une approche primaire largement reconnue pour atteindre l'équité en matière de santé. Si les déterminants sociaux de la santé ne sont pas pris en compte de manière adéquate, les individus, les couples et les familles ne seront pas en mesure d'anticiper et d'atteindre le nombre d'enfants qu'ils souhaitent ainsi que l'espacement et le moment de leurs naissances.

 

Ce webinaire plaide en faveur d'une prise en compte explicite de l'équité et des déterminants sociaux de la santé dans les programmes de changement social et de comportement (CSC) pour la planification familiale et la santé reproductive (PF/SR). Il présentera les voix et les expériences de la société civile, des gouvernements et des donateurs sur les raisons pour lesquelles ce travail doit être priorisé et financé. Le webinaire explorera également comment construire des coalitions efficaces avec des acteurs multisectoriels.

Le webinaire sera proposé en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français.

APERÇU DE LA QUESTION

Intégrer intentionnellement les déterminants sociaux de la santé dans les programmes de CSC en matière de PF 

  • Lynn Van Lith, Directrice technique, Centre pour les programmes de communication de l'université Johns Hopkins, Breakthrough ACTION

PANÉLISTES VEDETTES

  • Beverly Lorraine Ho, Directrice simultanée IV, Bureau de la promotion de la santé et Bureau de la prévention et du contrôle des maladies, Département de la santé, Philippines
  • Arame Gueye Sène, Directrice exécutive, Social Change Factory, Sénégal
  • Foyeke Oyedokun-Adebagbo, Project Management Specialist—Changement social et de comportement, Bureau de la santé, de la population et de la nutrition, l’Agence des États-Unis pour le Développent international (USAID), Nigéria

MODÉRATEUR

  • Carol Underwood, Professeure associée, Centre pour les programmes de communication de l'université Johns Hopkins, Breakthrough ACTION

 

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[Webinar March 17th] Rethinking Men’s and Boys’ Healthcare Access and Use / Repenser l'accès et l'utilisation des soins de santé par les hommes et les garçons #invitation

Danette Wilkins
 

Greetings IBP Network:

 

I am pleased to announce the opening of registration for our upcoming virtual event “Rethinking Men’s and Boys’ Healthcare Access and Use / Repenser l'accès et l'utilisation des soins de santé par les hommes et les garçons.” This event will take place on Thursday, March 17th from 9:00-11:00am Eastern Time (Washington DC) and you can find more information in the official invitation below. Please register to attend this virtual event and receive  by clicking on the link here.

 

This webinar will be in English with simultaneous interpretation in French. You are more than welcome to forward this invitation to your colleagues around the world. We look forward to having you join us next week!

 

 

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J'ai le plaisir de vous annoncer l'ouverture des inscriptions pour notre prochain événement virtuel “Rethinking Men’s and Boys’ Healthcare Access and Use / Repenser l'accès et l'utilisation des soins de santé par les hommes et les garçons.” Cet événement aura lieu le jeudi 17 mars de 9h00 à 11h00, heure de l'Est (Washington DC) et vous pouvez trouver plus d'informations dans l'invitation officielle ci-dessous. Veuillez vous inscrire pour participer à cet événement virtuel et recevoir en cliquant sur le lien ici.

 

Le webinaire sera proposé en anglais avec interprétation simultanée en français.. Nous vous invitons à transmettre cette invitation à vos collègues du monde entier. Nous nous réjouissons de vous voir nous rejoindre la semaine prochaine !

 

 

On behalf of the Male Engagement Task Force (METF) / au nom de le METF,

Danette

 

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Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

 

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From: Interagency Gender Working Group <igwg@...>
Sent: Monday, March 7, 2022 1:06 PM
To: Danette Wilkins <danette.wilkins@...>
Subject: Special Update: Male Engagement Task Force Event

 

 

 

The Male Engagement Task Force of the 
Interagency Gender Working Group Presents


Rethinking Men’s and Boys’ Healthcare Access and Use

Thursday, March 17, 2022 | 9:00 a.m. Washington / 1:00 p.m. (GMT) Accra / 2:00 p.m. Abuja / 3:00 p.m. Lusaka / 4:00 p.m. Addis Ababa / 6:30 p.m. New Delhi
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You are invited to join this upcoming event hosted by the Interagency Gender Working Group’s (IGWG) Male Engagement Task Force (METF) on March 17, 2022, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. EDT (Washington, DC). Men and boys often delay seeking health services longer than women and girls, and sometimes forgo seeking care altogether. Seeking health services

 

at more advanced stages of illness and disease can have detrimental effects on the health and well-being of men and boys in the short and long term. 

In this webinar, speakers will showcase learnings from global research and programming focused on men’s and boys’ help-seeking behaviors and health care access and use across health areas, including family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH); HIV/AIDS; maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH); and infectious diseases (such as COVID-19). Additionally, speakers will highlight how to address gender and power dynamics and other social and structural factors that influence how men and boys access and use health information, services, and products across settings. By the end of the webinar, participants will be more familiar with best, promising, and emerging practices to support men and boys as they seek and receive health care, and how to apply these practices to their work.

The webinar will be offered in English with simultaneous interpretation into French.

MODERATORS

Julie Pulerwitz, Population Council, Breakthrough RESEARCH
Dominick Shattuck, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Breakthrough ACTION


KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Marcos Nascimento, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz)

FEATURED PANELISTS

The event will include two panels that explore best practices and emerging innovations. Featured panelists will represent the following organizations as they share their unique expertise and experience related to men’s and boys’ healthcare access and use around the world:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Webinar Invitation: SRHR of Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender-Diverse Communities Living with HIV in Nigeria on March 18th at 15:00 Abuja/Geneva / 10:00 Washington/Toronto

Ados May
 

 

Register today!: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2396298053161177104

 

 

 

 

 

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 and young people Mar 10, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Ados May
 

 

 

 

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You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Mar 10, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Mitigating the Direct and Indirect Consequences of COVID-19 on the Health and Well-Being of Young People in the Americas

 

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://paho-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Q8qpqaTTTL6d2YLestMzDg

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Lo invitamos a unirse al seminario web Zoom.

Cuándo: 10 mar. 2022 10:00 a. m. Hora del este (EE. UU. y Canadá)

Tema: Mitigar las consecuencias directas e indirectas de la COVID-19 en la salud y el bienestar de la población joven de la Región de las Américas

 

Inscríbase en la fecha y horario que más le convengan:

https://paho-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Q8qpqaTTTL6d2YLestMzDg

 

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

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NEW WHO ABORTION CARE GUIDELINE OUT TODAY!

Carolin Ekman
 

NEW WHO ABORTION CARE GUIDELINE OUT TODAY!

WHO issues new guideline on Comprehensive Abortion Care to help countries deliver lifesaving care

 

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Based on the latest scientific evidence, this consolidated guideline brings together over 50 recommendations spanning: 
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clinical practice, 
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health service delivery, and
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legal and policy interventions 

to support quality abortion care, across the continuum of care, including: 
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  provision of information, 
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abortion management (including for different clinical indications), and 
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 post-abortion care (including follow-up care, treatment of complications, and post-abortion contraception).

 

The guideline, which replaces previous WHO guidelines on abortion, can be downloaded in PDF format and is also available in an interactive, digital format.


Following the launch of the guideline, WHO will support interested countries to implement this guideline and strengthen national policies and programmes related to contraception, family planning and abortion services, helping them provide the highest standard of care for women and girls.

 

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To read more about this guideline and of the importance of improving equitable access to safe, timely, affordable and respectful comprehensive abortion care, read the WHO news story here.


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ICFP 2022 abstracts close in one week! 🗓

Ados May
 

ICFP2022.org | February 2022 | En français? cliquez ici et sélectionnez l'onglet 'translate' 

 

 

 

From ICFP's Secretariat


Abstract submissions for #ICFP2022 close in just ONE WEEK on Tuesday, 15 March.  

ICFP invites abstracts on research, program, and advocacy efforts aimed at enabling individuals around the world to achieve their contraceptive and reproductive intentions.See abstract guidelines and submission instructions at ICFP2022.org

This is an incredible chance to be a part of the global conversation around family planning and sexual and reproductive health and rights. We look forward to receiving your abstract and seeing you there!

Thank you,

Stella Babalola, Funmilola OlaOlorun,
& Linnea A Zimmerman
2022 ICFP Scientific Subcommittee Co-chairs

 

ICFP Quick Links


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ICFP Key Dates & Links


The Pulse of FP with Dr. T


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Sponsor #ICFP2022


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Special message from ICFP 2022 Co-chair & UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng


 

 

 

 

 

 

ICFP invites abstracts in cutting-edge research, program implementation & advocacy from the FP and SRHR sectors


Abstract submissions are now being accepted through 15 March 2022 for the 6th International Conference on Family Planning, the world’s largest scientific gathering of SRHR & FP experts. The 2022 ICFP will be hosted in-person in Pattaya, Thailand, and virtually, from 14-17 November 2022. 

See abstract guidelines and learn more about how you can join this inspiring community.

 

 

 

 

 

Need more resources?


See below for resources to help you develop a successful abstract for the 6th International Conference on Family Planning:


Contact abstracts@... with any questions.

 

 

 

Community News

opportunities and announcements from the global family planning and SRHR communities

 

ICFP In Memoriam

 

ICFP 2022 plans to recognize those dedicated to the field of family planning and reproductive health whom we have lost since the 2018 ICFP. Thank you for taking the time to honor a colleague who has passed away.

 

 

Media Registration

 

Are you a member of the media? Register here to join ICFP2022’s growing media list and receive news releases, media opportunities, and important updates and announcements from ICFP.

 

The Pulse of FP


The COVID-19 pandemic 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” convened three global SRHR advocates for a conversation on UHC.

 

Get the pulse

 

 

Sponsor #ICFP2022


We are proud to offer a variety of sponsorship options available at multiple price-points (at both nonprofit and private-sector rates). The 2022 ICFP is ready and willing to make your sponsorship experience as affordable and effective as possible.

 

Explore sponsorship opportunities

 

 

 

 

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Webinar invitation - The Ups and Downs of Scaling Up: Advice on Scaling Norms-Shifting Interventions - en français aussi!

Jamie Greenberg
 

You're Invited! The Ups and Downs of Scaling Up: 
Advice on Scaling Norms-Shifting Interventions
When we launched the Passages Project, we asked a set of questions, including: Can community-based norms-shifting interventions be scaled? What best practices from the broad scale up evidence apply to norms-shifting interventions? What are unique promising practices for norms-shifting interventions? 

Over the years, we’ve answered some of these questions, and now know that community-based norms-shifting approaches CAN be scaled. On March 22, from 9:00-10:00am EST, join the Passages team to learn about HOW this can be done through a discussion between partners who have successfully scaled interventions in the DRC, Niger, and Mali.

Note: Presentations will be in both English and French, with simultaneous interpretation.
Vous êtes invité ! Les hauts et les bas de la mise à l’échelle : conseils sur la mise à l’échelle des interventions pour le changement des normes sociales
Lorsque nous avons lancé le projet Passages, nous avons posé une série de questions, notamment : Les interventions de changement des normes (ICN) qui opèrent d’une base communautaire peuvent-elles être mise à l’échelle ? Les meilleures pratiques de mise à l’échelle des interventions non-normatives s’appliquent-elles aux ICN ? Quelles pratiques de mise à l’échelle sont uniques pour les approches de changement de normes ? 

Au fil des années, nous avons répondu à certaines de ces questions et nous savons maintenant que les approches communautaires pour le changement des normes sociales PEUVENT être mises à l’échelle. Le 22 mars, de 9h à 10h EST/13 à 14h UTC, rejoignez-nous pour découvrir COMMENT cela peut être fait, à travers une discussion entre les partenaires de Passages qui ont réussi à mettre à l’échelle les interventions en RDC, au Niger et au Mali.

Veuillez noter : Les présentations se feront en anglais et en français, avec interprétation simultanée.
BY JOINING, YOU'LL HELP CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGACY OF STRENGTHENING SCALE-UP OF SOCIAL NORMS AND NORMS-SHIFTING INTERVENTIONS
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Passages, led by the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University in partnership with FHI 360, JHU’s Global Early Adolescent Study, PSI, Save the Children and Tearfund, aims to address a broad range of social norms, at scale, to achieve sustained improvements in family planning and reproductive health. 


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


Register Now: Second WHO IBP Virtual Partners Meeting - April 7, 2022

Trinley Athup
 

Dear IBP Network Colleagues,

We are excited to announce that the Second WHO IBP Virtual Partners Meeting will take place on Thursday, April 7th @ 13:00 CEST / 7:00 EST, coinciding with World Health Day and the founding of WHO in 1948.

The meeting will feature an interactive session on learning from Failures in FP program implementation, a session on male involvement and family planning and a country snapshot on the integration of SRHR with other health sectors in Nepal.

REGISTRATION
  • Attached is the registration flyer – please feel free to share it with your colleagues and with anyone interested in learning about key global trends and developments in the SRHR sector and FP program implementation.
A finalized agenda and program details will be sent before the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you on April 7th!

Ados May, Carolin Ekman & Nandita Thatte  
WHO/IBP Network Secretariat


Register Now - KM and Global Health Course

Ados May
 

 

Dear colleagues,

Registration is now open to enroll in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) Summer Institute course, “Knowledge Management for Effective Global Health Programs.”

 

This acclaimed 3-credit course taught by Knowledge SUCCESS Project Director Tara Sullivan and Knowledge SUCCESS Deputy Project Director Sara Mazursky is offered through the JHSPH Summer Institute of Health, Behavior, and Society.

 

Course Dates:  June 6 - June 10, 2022      |     Location: Hybrid: virtual or in-person (JHSPH Campus, Baltimore, MD, USA)

 

Course Description:

Managing and maximizing knowledge and continuous learning in global health programs is a development imperative. Global health programs operate with scarce resources, high stakes, and urgent needs for coordination among partners and donors. Knowledge management (KM) provides solutions to these challenges.

 

Upon successful completion of this 3-credit course, students will be able to:

  • Explain KM’s role in enhancing organizational performance and improving global health outcomes 
  • Apply KM to global health programs using a five-step systematic process
  • Identify the best KM approaches to use in a given public health context

 

Students will also join a global network of alumni who share experiences and resources related to using the learned KM practices in their work. 

 

Registration ends on May 27. You may find this course listed under its course number: 410.664.11 (in-person section) or 410.664.49 (virtual section). Be sure to choose the relevant section to you during registration: in-person if you plan to attend on campus in Baltimore or virtual if you plan to attend online through Zoom. 

 

Current and returning JHSPH students may register on the JHSPH website; all others, please register first by submitting the general Johns Hopkins non-degree registration application, choosing "Summer Institute in Health Behavior and Society" from the dropdown menu. After submitting this application, you will receive an email with further instructions on how to complete registration for this course from the JHSPH Office of Continuing Education. Information about JHSPH tuition fees is available at the Summer Institute tuition page.

 

If you have questions regarding how to register for this course, please reach out to Emily Haynes at emily.haynes@...

 

Thanks,

Emily

 

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Emily Haynes (she/her)

Program Specialist | Knowledge SUCCESS

Center for Communication Programs

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Tel: 443-743-8601 | Email: emily.haynes@...

 

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