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July 11, 2016News Link
In recognition of World Population Day, we are highlighting the need for greater investments in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Adolescents need comprehensive sexuality education, youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services, and support from their communities to access contraception, finish their education, delay early marriage, and avoid harmful practices. Without this, their right to live in dignity with the freedom to plan their futures is in jeopardy. Learn more via The Huffington Post.
June 23, 2016News Blog Post
EngenderHealth was proud to join the landmark Women Deliver Global Conference 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark. View highlights from our presence in a new Photo Story. Read more.
June 23, 2016News Link
Dramatic results from EngenderHealth’s scale-up of COPE® for Contraceptive Security, implemented in partnership with the government of Malawi and support from the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, were recently shared in an online webinar. As noted by the Honorable Minister of Health, Dr. Peter Kumpalume, “An essential component of a comprehensive family planning program is contraceptive security—when people have regular, reliable, and equitable access to a choice of high-quality contraceptive methods and services to meet their reproductive health needs.” Learn more via RHSupplies.
June 17, 2016News Blog Post
On March 16, 2016, EngenderHealth joined other Tanzanian partners and professional organizations in Dar es Salaam to mark the launch of the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood (WRA) 2016–2020 Strategic Plan (WRATZ, 2016), under the theme Zero Tolerance to Maternal Deaths, Be Accountable. Read more.
May 23, 2016News Link
Dr. Denis Mukwege and Ulla E. Müller write, “On the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula we must not remain silent as the women and girls we love-the mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, friends, colleagues and peers in our community-are denied their basic right to health, their position in our society, their access to education, their access to economic opportunity, resources or support, if we hope to create sustainable social and economic development.” Learn more via The Huffington Post.