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📢 All pregnant people deserve safe & respectful care during pregnancy and childbirth.
Learn how we're helping ensure access to quality obstetric surgical care with @USAID_MOMENTUM Safe Surgery
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Get the pulse of family planning with @drtlaleng

On September 22 Dr. T & @ICFP2022 Will bring together youth FP champions from around the world to discuss what is being done to protect access to #FP during #COVID19 in honor of #WCD2021

Register today! https://icfp2022.org/the-pulse

It's #EqualPayDay! At EngenderHealth, we’re working not only to close the pay gap, but also to ensure pay equity. We’ve developed a robust gender, equity, diversity, and inclusion (GEDI) policy that guides our work. Learn more in our new blog ➡️ http://bit.ly/EH-EqualPay

USAID invests in high-impact interventions that expand access to life-saving maternal & newborn health care and ensure #MomAndBaby receive respectful and nurturing care they need and deserve http://ow.ly/RI2550Gativ

Quality of care is essential for #patientsafety

⛔️ Poor quality care accounts for 61% of newborn & 50% of maternal deaths. Learn how our work with @USAID_MOMENTUM Safe Surgery aims to improve maternal health care quality ➡️ http://ow.ly/vdHl50GboAQ
#WorldPatientSafetyDay

This #WorldPatientSafetyDay, we urge the global community to remember that increasing access to maternal health services must never compromise quality, safety, or #respectfulcare.

Read more in our new blog with @USAID_MOMENTUM ➡️http://ow.ly/lL1150GboiS

Do you know what obstetric #fistula is?

Very few people know about this devastating childbirth injury affecting hundreds of thousands of women and girls every year.

Learn more and see what @UNFPA is doing to #ENDFistula: http://unf.pa/fst

#GlobalGoals

Reproductive rights are economic rights.
http://ow.ly/H1p850GazRG

Bientôt 1 an que @EngenderHealth a lancé la campagne #TouchepasàmaSoeur afin de dire non aux #VBG en #CIV225. Nous voyons de plus en plus de personnes dénoncer ces actes et nous pouvons qu'en être plus fiers.
#TrustTheProcess https://twitter.com/nenef/status/1438228653209423878

@UNFPA @UnfpaCI @UNFPA_WCARO merci de rejoindre @EngenderHealth dans cette campagne contre les violences faites aux filles @LayebiYeo good job on the hashtag ensemble disons tous #Touchepasamasoeur https://twitter.com/EngenderHealth/status/1334920407623798785

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TARUNYA Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH)

In Jharkhand today, 63% of adolescent girls are married before they reach 18, and at least one in four 15- to 19-year-olds is a mother. And without access to reproductive health services, few girls—or their husbands and families—understand the risks of early pregnancy and anemia or even have access to family planning.

EngenderHealth is working to change this reality for adolescents in India. Through the Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (TARUNYA-ARSH) Project, EngenderHealth has partnered with the governments of Jharkhand and Bihar states to improve young people’s access to and use of quality and sustainable reproductive and sexual health services. The project has three components:

  1. Improving the availability and quality of health services for young people in India by increasing health care professionals’ awareness about the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents;
  2. Educating young people about their sexual and reproductive health and the availability of youth-friendly services; and
  3. Advocating for supportive policies to ensure a safe, comfortable, and responsive environment for adolescents to access health services.

Over eight years, The TARUNYA-ARSH project has achieved important, long-lasting change for adolescents in India. Our advocacy efforts and technical assistance have contributed to strong government support and funding for ARSH services in both Jharkhand and Bihar states.  Specifically, the project helped the governments establish an Adolescent Technical Advocacy Sub-Group, allocate more resources to ARSH, and adopt monitoring and supervision tools developed by the project. TARUNYA-ARSH has also advocated for and supported Adolescent Health Day (AHD), a state initiative to increase ARSH service uptake. In a third-party evaluation of the project conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), state, district, and local health managers highlighted the useful contribution that the project has made to date in moving the ARSH agenda forward..

The TARUNYA/ARSH project is supported by the generous contributions of the David & Lucile Packard Foundation.

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