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.@UNFPA #SWOP2019 report: “Inequalities exist both w/in & between countries when it comes to #SRHR for reasons including income inequality; insufficient health facilities, providers & supplies; legal barriers; lack of education; & cultural norms.” https://t.co/HReLWuruqA @devex

Today, ahead of #EarthDay2019 we call on #ClimateChange negotiators to remember their national commitments and obligations under the #ParisAgreement and to recognise the benefits of integrating #SRHR programming into #ClimateAction 🌍

Read more: https://t.co/2XOI65ZyBc

Countries with high unmet need for modern contraceptives also have high vulnerability to #climatechange. That's why #SRHR orgs are calling on signatories of #ParisAgreement to include sexual and reproductive health and rights in their #climate plans. https://t.co/7CFAl6Bo0P

@EngenderHealth attend the national conference on #healthfinancing toward #universalhealthcoverage in Côte d'Ivoire. @nenef @KatePGilles @MdM_France

Only 57% of the world’s women can make choices in all three areas:
👉🏾sexual intercourse with their partner
👉🏾contraception use
👉🏾health care
#SWOP2019 #SRHR https://t.co/gGfcDdv7Gp via @UNFPA @reliefweb

Delighted to celebrate the @FP2020Global Reference Group and our global SRH progress & priorities, including @EngenderHealth’s commitment to work with young people on SRHR!

Highlights from @UNFPA report:
1) 214 million women can’t access contraceptives
2) 4 in 10 women fear saying no to sexual demands
3) 59% of women use modern contraceptives, up 6% from 25 years ago
#SWOP2019 #SRHR https://t.co/A1OvRILmZz

In our last fiscal year, over 17,000 healthcare providers have gained access to tools, knowledge, and expertise to provide millions of women with the sexual and reproductive healthcare they need to thrive. #SRHR

@EngenderHealth #Tanzania &#ThaminiUhai with the generous support of @BloombergDotOrg have been working jointly with the government in Kigoma to improve maternal health by tupgrading health centers, providing CEMonC training and mentorship to staff and creating public awareness

New study finds that women in Africa face higher risks of death from C-sections mainly due to understaffed hospitals and under-trained doctors. https://t.co/PRpQngkcIE #maternalhealth

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Overview

EngenderHealth is the managing partner of several major projects—consortiums of organizations working in partnership to achieve the maximum impact on public health. These projects are country-specific, regional, or global in scope, and capitalize on the complementary capabilities of each collaborating agency. As the lead organization, EngenderHealth oversees the projects’ finances, strategies, and operations while managing the partnerships. In addition, EngenderHealth contributes its specialized technical expertise to each project.

  • Agir pour la Planification Familiale (AgirPF) expands women’s access to and use of family planning services in five West African countries: Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Mauritania, Niger, and Togo.
  • Expand Family Planning (ExpandFP) a grant awarded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, focuses on increasing access to quality contraceptive implant services in a context of informed choice and volunteerism in three countries of Sub-Saharan Africa having great need: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, and Uganda.
  • Fistula Care Plus is the largest U.S. government-funded effort to date to focus on treatment and prevention of obstetric fistula.
  • The Male Circumcision Consortium improves and expands access to voluntary medical circumcision services in Kenya as part of an overall strategy to reduce HIV infections in men.
  • Mayer Hashi II, which means “Smiling Mother” in Bengali, aims to address the need for family planning in Bangladesh by expanding contraceptive choices and services.
  • The RESPOND Tanzania Project addresses Tanzania‘s unmet contraceptive need, by advancing the use of family planning and reproductive health services in Tanzania amongst women, men, and adolescents.
  • VisayasHealth aims to help women in the Visayas Region of the Philippines plan their families, enjoy safe motherhood, and ensure that their babies start life with proper nutrition and good health.

 

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