Webinar Launch-- Special supplement on migration and SRHR - Tuesday 7 March 8hEST
Dear IBP Colleagues,
Please see information for webinar below launching a Special Supplement on Migration and SRHR. The webinar “Strengthening research capacity to respond to the sexual and reproductive health needs of migrants from Venezuela and Central America” will take place on Tuesday 7 March at 8h EST.
Interpretation in English, Spanish and Portuguese available.
Following the save-the-date sent a couple months ago, I wanted to share information for registering to the online webinar being organized on “Strengthening research capacity to respond to the sexual and reproductive health needs of migrants from Venezuela and Central America” to launch the Special series relating to the call for proposals from 2019 which will be published in the Pan American Health Journal. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 7 March at 8:00h EST (GMT -5).
Please pre-register by going to this link.
Simultaneous interpretation will be available for English, Portuguese, and Spanish. Please help us disseminate the information widely. Attached you will find a flyer in English and in Spanish.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
In 2019, HRP, together with TDR and the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research in collaboration with PAHO and CEMICAMP issued a call for proposals for community based, implementation research projects responding to the mass migration crisis in the Americas. Eleven teams were funded to complete the research –acutely impacted by COVID-19—and the results of their studies will be published in a special supplement with the PAHO Journal. To this end, CLAP/PAHO will be organizing an online webinar to accompany the launch, on 7 March 2023. The launch will be in Spanish and Portuguese (we are looking into possibilities of interpretation into English for colleagues outside the region).
Details on exact time and platform used for the webinar will follow shortly, but will likely be early morning Mexico and late afternoon Geneva to accommodate to participants’ time zones.
Nandita Thatte, DrPH
Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health
World Health Organization
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