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The Deliver for Good Campaign - Girls and Women at the Heart of the SDGs

The Deliver for Good Campaign - Girls and Women at the Heart of the SDGs

Are you working to make development matter most for girls and women? Are you trying to figure out where to start? Do you need evidence and case studies to help determine priorities for funding, programming, and policy development to support your work? Then check out the 12 new Deliver for Good policy briefs drafted by Women Deliver and partners on topics …

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Unite for Body Rights – SRHR Alliance. End-of-programme evaluation, synthesis.

Unite for Body Rights – SRHR Alliance. End-of-programme evaluation, synthesis.

Kaleidos Research, together with the International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH), part of Ghent University, Belgium conducted an end-of-programme evaluation for Unite for Body Rights (UFBR), a programme focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). The evaluation was initiated by the SRHR alliance that consisted of five organisations: Rutgers, Amref, CHOICE, dance4llife and Simavi. From 2010 to 2015 …

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Speed up! Oproep workshopvoorstellen 20e Nationaal Congres Soa*Hiv*Seks donderdag 1 december 2016

Speed up! Oproep workshopvoorstellen 20e Nationaal Congres Soa*Hiv*Seks donderdag 1 december 2016

Aids de wereld uit in 2030! Het is écht mogelijk. We weten steeds beter hoe nieuwe infecties voorkomen kunnen worden en hoe we hiv effectief kunnen behandelen. We boeken vooruitgang in delen van de wereld, maar verontrustende cijfers in Oost Europa en Centraal Azië laten zien dat we er nog niet zijn. Alleen in Nederland al zijn er jaarlijks meer …

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New Website - Share-Net International

Share-Net International will be formally launching their new website soon. Designed and engineered with Red Orange Media and Communications, share-netinternational.org brings a new level of accessibility to Share-Net's activities, resources and latest news on SRHR. Curious?! Pay a visit to the new website and try out the new features! You will need to register for a new account, as your previous account is no longer accessible. During the …Read more

Call for Abstracts "Linking Research, Policy and Practice - Students and NGOs 2016"

Share-Net kindly invites you to the 5th annual meeting "Linking Research, Policy and Practice - Students and NGOs". This meeting will bring together policymakers and practitioners working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) including HIV and AIDS in international development and students who have finalized or who are interested to conduct their Master’s research on SRHR and HIV …

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Call for Abstracts: Annual NVTG Congress: Health of people on the move

Call for Abstracts: Annual NVTG Congress: Health of people on the move

Closing date: 11 September 2016. This year the NVTG Congress will be held in Amsterdam, October 28th 2016. During the afternoon programme parallel sessions will be reserved for oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts. Researchers of all seniority are invited to submit abstracts describing original field research in any subject of Global Health, including but not limited to: urban health, …

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Call for papers: Women in Global Health

Call for papers: Women in Global Health

Submission deadline: 31 July 2016. Guest Editors: Pascale Allotey, Monash University, Malaysia Eleftheria Zeggini, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK Internationally, women are under-represented in senior levels of research, policy, education and advocacy. A recent survey of global health programs showed that while the majority of students were female, less than 25% of leadership roles were occupied by women. This special …

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Voting is now open! Young Champions 120 under 40

Voting is now open! Young Champions 120 under 40

120 Under 40 is the first project of its kind to celebrate young champions of family planning. With your help, we will recognize the next generation of leaders making a difference in reproductive health worldwide. The selection process to choose the 2016 winners of 120 Under 40 has begun! Voting is now open. The 40 winners will be chosen by …

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Fieldwork evening on Global Health - Uniting Streams

Fieldwork evening on Global Health - Uniting Streams

Date: August 31st 2016. During this evening global health researchers will shared their experiences and provided insights in the conduct of fieldwork in Global Health. Various research disciplines and aspects will be discussed including clinical research, anthropology, health policy, social and cultural differences research conduct, intercultural communication, pitfalls and practical aspects of research projects in the tropics. Location: Utrecht. More …

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Save the date: NVTG's Annual Symposium on 'People on the Move'

On the 28th of October the annual NVTG-symposium will take place in Amsterdam. This year's theme will be health of people on the move, with a focus on the health and access to health care of refugees starting from their countries of origin, while on the move, and in the country of destination. Organization of the symposium is in collaboration with …

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Statistician/Manager (Quantitative Assessment and Data Management), in the WHO/RHR Human Reproduction Team

Statistician/Manager (Quantitative Assessment and Data Management), in the WHO/RHR Human Reproduction Team

Closing date: 12 July 2016. The Department of Reproductive Health and Research (RHR) aims to promote and support an expanded global effort to enable people to protect their own health as it relates to sexuality and reproduction and to have access to and receive health services when needed. To achieve this, the Department advocates and promotes sound public health strategies, sets …

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Resident Representative, IPPF Liaison Office Geneva

Closing date: 11 July 2016. Would you like to establish and lead a new IPPF liaison office in Geneva? If so, you will contribute to IPPF’s work in building key relationships with United Nations agencies and other mission critical organizations.  You will raise IPPF’s profile in Geneva to increase and diversify resources and advocate for SRHR.   You will represent IPPF at a senior level and …

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UNFPA Technical Adviser, Adolescent and Youth SRHR 

Closing date: 15 July 2016. Position Summary The Technical Adviser provides strategic, technical and programmatic leadership for the region in the area of Adolescent and Youth SRH to ensure that the Regional Office (RO) and Country Offices (CO) remain abreast of the Fund’s policies and programmes as well as current thinking and academic advance in youth-related areas of the ICPD Programme of Action.  S/he ensures …

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Sexual and Reproductive Control: the Vital Underpinning of Women’s Economic Empowerment

Sexual and Reproductive Control: the Vital Underpinning of Women’s Economic Empowerment

Women’s control of their sexual health is a vital part of their ability to live an independent and economically empowered life. My research on sexuality – interviewing women from a wide range of different backgrounds about their sexual imagination, experiences, and desires – has convinced me that it is crucial to women’s wellbeing to break the silence that surrounds it. …

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Acces, services, knowledge (ASK) – Youth Empowerment Alliance (YEA). End-of-Programme Evaluation, Synthesis Report.

Kaleidos Research, together with the International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH), part of Ghent University, Belgium conducted an end-of-programme evaluation for Access, Knowledge, Services (ASK), a programme focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). The evaluation was initiated by the Youth Empowerment Alliance (YEA) alliance that consists of seven organisations: Rutgers, Amref, CHOICE, dance4llife, International Planned Parenthood Federation, …

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Health service provider education and/or training in infant male circumcision to improve short- and long-term morbidity outcomes: protocol for systematic review.

Abstract Background There has been an expansion of circumcision services in Africa as part of a long-term HIV prevention strategy. However, the effect of infant male circumcision on morbidity and mortality still remains unclear. Acute morbidities associated with circumcision include pain, bleeding, swelling, infection, tetanus or inadequate skin removal. Scale-up of circumcision services could lead to a rise in these …

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