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1️⃣ Talk to your kids about #genderequality and women’s rights.
2️⃣ Embrace diverse role models.
3️⃣ Empower your kids to speak out.
4️⃣ Fight stereotypes, including your own.
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"Universal health coverage is a human right. No one should become poor because of poor health. But we all know that the reality today is very different. Half of the 🌍’s population lack access to quality essential health services"-@DrTedros #WHA72 #HealthForAll

"About 400,000 #abortions are carried out in unregulated environments each year in Uganda.... Nearly a quarter – 90,000 – of those lead to severe health complications. On average, four women and girls die each day." https://t.co/7C2omUelSj via @GlobalPress #SRHR #reprorights

Hey #WD2019 attendees! Have ideas on #SRHR and #genderequality? @EngenderHealth wants to hear them! Stop by booth 519/520 and contribute to their commitment wall 😎 #ThePowerOf

“Because it is a key time for mothers, babies, and families” —Candace Lew, @EngenderHealth @MCSPglobal #FTPAction

Some countries in Africa are focusing on #familyplanning and #contraception to help manage population growth. But not all are. @BW investigates what a population surge means for the continent. https://t.co/4avnH69Vn2

Traditional #midwives are banned in DR Congo. @GlobalPressJournal explores why and what options women in #IDP camps have for #SRHR services. https://t.co/zDUdmeo4kO

#Reprorights are human rights! That's why EngenderHealth stands with all women - near and far - to have the power to make their own decisions about their bodies, their health, and their future. #SRHR

Where will you be June 3 - 6? EngenderHealth will be one of the 7,000+ influencers, advocates, and activists convening at @WomenDeliver in Vancouver to accelerate progress for girls and women worldwide. See you at #WD2019!

New video! In #Tanzania, young #women are particularly vulnerable to #HIV. With partners @Jhpiego, @EngenderHealth and @NIMRHQS, Pact is using an integrated, systemic approach to empower women to stay healthy and own their futures. https://t.co/hpUL67xzp1 @USAIDGH @USAIDTanzania

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Men’s Reproductive Health Curriculum

This three-part curriculum is designed to provide a broad range of health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services.

Section 1, Introduction to Men’s Reproductive Health Services, Revised Edition, is designed to help sites and health care workers address organizational and attitudinal barriers that may exist when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program. It also provides basic information on a variety of reproductive health issues relevant to reproductive health services for men, including sexuality, gender, anatomy and physiology, contraception, and sexually transmitted infections.

Section 2, Counseling and Communicating with Men, focuses on strengthening service providers’ ability to interact with, communicate with, and counsel men—with or without their partners—on reproductive health issues. Topics include counseling and communication approaches, provider biases toward and against men that may need to be addressed, and effective communication and counseling techniques.

Section 3, Management of Men’s Reproductive Health Problems, provides information to clinicians and other service providers in diagnosing and managing reproductive health disorders in men. Topics include disorders of the male reproductive system, including infertility and sexually transmitted infections; sexual and reproductive history assessment; and step-by-step instructions for performing a genital examination.

Each section is comprised of a participant’s handbook and a trainer’s resource book. The participant’s handbook is intended for use by health care staff who participate in a training workshop, and can be used both during the course and as reference material after the course is over. The trainer’s resource book is intended for use by skilled, experienced trainers, and provides guidance, suggestions, and training activities to be used to teach the content of the training course.

You can view or download the trainer’s resource book or participant’s handbook for each section in its entirety by clicking on the first set of links below each title. Parts of the curriculum can also be viewed or downloaded separately, as shown.

Section 1: Introduction to Men’s Reproductive Health Services, Revised Edition

Section 2: Counseling and Communicating with Men

Section 3: Management of Men’s Reproductive Health Problems

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