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COVID-19: How We’re Responding

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Hugo Hoogenboom, a leader of EngenderHealth from 1981-1995, has passed away. We honor Hugo’s legacy by continuing to work for a world in which everyone has access to the info & services needed to make their own reproductive health choices.

Our statement: https://bit.ly/2PmPF1o

Why are sexual and reproductive health services not 'essential services' during the Corona virus pandemic? Covid 19 responses must include women's reproductive health needs. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)31679-2/fulltext

Accessing #familyplanning services is critical in #COVID19 response!

Click below to see how our partners are responding and to learn how you can participate! https://bit.ly/3eSRJIR #FPinCOVIDResponse

We extend our condolences to the family of H.E. Benjamin W. Mkapa, former president of #Tanzania and founder of @MkapaFoundation.

We honor his championship of #genderequality and health systems strengthening.

#RIPMkapa

We're looking for an Associate Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. Come join our team, and pass the word!

Apply here: https://bit.ly/2BFx5OC

#SRHR #SRH #SRHRjobs #SRHjobs #Reprojobs #feministjobs #NGOjobs #nonprofitjobs #reprohealth #reprorights

We're looking for an Associate Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). Come join our team, and pass the word! Apply here: https://bit.ly/2BFx5OC

#SRHR #SRH #SRHRjobs #SRHjobs #Reprojobs #feministjobs #NGOjobs #nonprofitjobs #reprohealth #reprorights

A6) We must value ALL the work women do. The EquityTool by @Metrics4mgmt can be included as part of routine data collection on #COVID19 response; we must also measure the proportion of women out of paid workforce, the dependency ratio & educational status. #GenderData #DevexFOCUS https://twitter.com/devex/status/1288451736332574721

A3) Collecting #VAW data amid #COVID19 is difficult due to risk to women seeking help; lockdowns hindering movement to safe spaces; gaps in training for service providers; & ongoing gaps in data systems. We must address #VAW and #GBV despite the pandemic. #GenderData #DevexFocus https://twitter.com/devex/status/1288447944916639746

A5) National stats offices should ensure that collected data is not only gender disaggregated but also informed by age disaggregation & they should capture how national governments' #COVID19 response efforts are benefiting women & other vulnerable groups. #GenderData #DevexFocus

A4) The EquityTool developed by @Metrics4mgmt provides important estimates of wealth quintiles, while the Washington Group Short Set of Disability Questions provides an opportunity to assess the extent to which #COVID19 is affecting those w/ disabilities. #GenderData #DevexFocus

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Appreciated securities are a cost-effective way to make a donation to EngenderHealth.  When ownership is transferred to EngenderHealth, you receive a charitable tax deduction for the full market value of the assets and incur no capital gains tax (subject to IRS deduction limits).  These tax advantages can decrease the cost of your donation, while increasing the amount you can afford to give.

The easiest way to contribute stock is to have the shares electronically transferred to EngenderHealth’s brokerage account.

You may provide your broker/agent with the following information:

Account Name: EngenderHealth

Account Number: 2624320

DTC Number: 2669

Bank: Northern Trust, 201 South Lake Avenue, Suite 600, Pasadena, CA 91101 USA

Broker Contact: Bojita Menifield     Phone: +1 626-583-5654     Email: bm3@ntrs.com

EngenderHealth’s Tax ID Number:  13-1623838

Often stock transfers are not accompanied by the name of the donor. If you don’t mind, please notify us directly of your pending stock donation including the name of the stock and number of shares so that we can promptly identify and acknowledge your gift. Please call 202-902-2022 or email development@engenderhealth.org.

Thank you for your generous gift which allows EngenderHealth to serve the most vulnerable around the world.

EngenderHealth
505 9th Street NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20004
development@engenderhealth.org
Telephone: +1 (202) 902 2000

EngenderHealth is a  501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

 

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