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December 1, 2017Press Release

EngenderHealth Board of Directors Announces Interim President & CEO

The EngenderHealth Board of Directors has unanimously voted to appoint Rosemary Ellis, secretary of the Board, as Interim President and CEO of the organization, effective immediately. Read more.

September 29, 2017Press Release

EngenderHealth Joins Critical Conversations at the 2017 EuroNGOs Conference in Brussels

The EuroNGOs conference offered a space for global voices to come together to forge a proactive, unifed way forward against political forces that would seek to undermine the work of the SRHR community. Read more.

September 21, 2017News Blog Post

Meet EngenderHealth’s Chief of Party for AgirPF

EngenderHealth is excited to announce the appointment of Andre Koalaga as the new Chief of Party for the Agir pour la Planification Familiale (AgirPF) project, which helps expand access to and use of family planning services in West Africa. Read more.

September 21, 2017News Blog Post

EngenderHealth Renews Family Planning 2020 Commitment at Global Summit

EngenderHealth joined a global community of policymakers, donors, and advocates in London on July 11 who gathered at the much-anticipated Family Planning Summit for high-level discussions around reaching the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) goals. Read more.

August 9, 2017News Blog Post

A Young Couple Uses and Promotes Family Planning in Their Community

Kizza Kedekiya and Katusemi Evelyne, residents of Bukona Village, Hoima District, were in their late teens when they married. Five years later, they have two healthy little girls. Kizza, a farmer, and Katusemi, a nursery school teacher, are happy in life. They believe that raising two children is already a large responsibility for them, so for now, they use hormonal implants to keep their family small. Read more.

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