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August 12, 2016News Blog Post
International Youth Day (IYD) is on August 12th! It’s an opportunity for the global community to recognize the importance of youth and their engagement politically, economically, and socially. United Nations declared this year’s International Youth Day theme as “The Road to 2030: Eradicating Poverty and Achieving Sustainable Consumption and Production”. The Day will focus on the leadership role of youth in helping to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read more.
August 10, 2016News Link
By Ulla E. Müller, President and CEO, EngenderHealth
Access to and use of contraceptives is about much more than planning families. When women and girls have access to contraceptives, they tend to go further in school, earn more, and have healthier families, if and when they choose. Learn more via The Huffington Post.
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.