News Blog Post
On March 8, as we celebrate International Women’s Day, we honor women and girls who are driving change and inspiring everyone, including all of us at EngenderHealth. This year, we shine a light on India, where we are working to transform the health and lives of women and girls through our TARUNYA Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) program, a comprehensive set of services to empower them to make informed decisions about their reproductive health. Read more.
December 3, 2013News Blog Post
EngenderHealth had a strong presence throughout the International Conference on Family Planning, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in November 2013. From our involvement in more than 25 panels, presentations, and posters to our recognition in numerous sessions for our research, tools, and programmatic work, our innovation and achievements were heralded as being at the forefront of change. Read more.
November 27, 2013News Blog Post
An Earthquake, a Typhoon, and the Incredible Resilience of the VisayasHealth Project Team in the Philippines
On Friday November 8, one of the most powerful typhoons in recorded history smashed into the Philippines, killing at least 3,633 people. Typhoon Haiyan hit just a few weeks after an earthquake struck Bohol Province—the deadliest in 23 years. Fortunately, all VisayasHealth Project colleagues in the Philippines are safe after both disasters. Our office is up and running, and everyone is reporting back to work in order to contribute to response to both natural disasters. Read more.
November 4, 2013News Blog Post
EngenderHealth is gearing up for the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP), November 12-15, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We will be making more than 30 presentations at ICFP about our latest work and essential resources for family planning programming. Read more.
September 10, 2013News Blog Post
Evidence and Tools to Support Voluntary Family Planning Programs that Respect, Protect, and Fulfill Human Rights
Scaling up access to voluntary, high-quality family planning services over the next decade—to enable people to reach their reproductive intentions and governments to reach national and global goals—will take the combined efforts of family planning, human rights, and women’s health advocates. Read how our new framework, presented in Voluntary Family Planning Programs that Respect, Protect, and Fulfill Human Rights: A Conceptual Framework, integrates human rights laws and principles with family planning quality of care frameworks to assist with program design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. Read more.