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Publications

Interested in a career in #globaldev and #SRHR? We have open positions in Washington, DC, Dar es Salaam, New Delhi, Kampala, and more. Apply today: https://t.co/4Fd8E4eEmT #jobs #hiring

Transgender men and other gender-nonconforming people need access to safe #abortions too. https://t.co/zD2hCrRKeE #LGBTQ+ #PrideMonth #SRHR

EngenderHealth welcomes this! Through our Re:MIX program, we are developing innovative, science-based programs and curricula to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for young people in Texas. https://t.co/F8SlIix2GU #SexEd #SRHR

We are proud to have worked closely with @BloombergDotOrg to strengthen maternal health services in Tanzania!

Today, EngenderHealth celebrates #DayoftheAfricanChild! Together, with @WorldEd and the @StateDept, we are educating youth to combat gender-based violence through the Essential #GBV Prevention and Services Project. #DAC2019

.@Inspire_SRHR: When trans men & women are excluded from conversations around pregnancy, abortion, and contraception, reproductive health becomes yet another obstacle that trans-people have to overcome. https://t.co/YMytBJab83 #Pride #LGBTQ+

EngenderHealth, @WorldEd, and the @StateDept are equipping secondary school students in Malawi with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to combat #SRGBV. #DAC2019

Through the Essential #GBV Services and Prevention Project, EngenderHealth and @WorldEd are helping to educate youth in Malawi on gender-based violence. #DAC2019 @StateDept

20% of #midwives have to look for other means of income on top of their full-time midwifery jobs and 37% of midwives have experienced harassment. #maternalhealth https://t.co/BxlUqYVv3C via @devex

5 million families spend about 40% of their household expenses on #maternalhealth services every year. https://t.co/vDpml2IYJn via @UNICEF

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Meetings and Webinars

EngenderHealth hosts and participates in partner meetings and webinars to share the latest from the field of reproductive health and rights. The recordings of these conversations bring together global technical expertise, findings from recent studies, good practices for replication, challenges, and opportunities from the field. Here’s a listing of some of our meetings and webinars that capture the rich expanse and depth of discussions around our mandate areas.


A Call to Action to End Iatrogenic Fistula

August 17, 2016

Evidence is emerging that iatrogenic causes contribute significantly to the burden of genital fistula in low-income countries. Given the preventability and severity of fistula, data on iatrogenic fistula indicate the urgency of improving surgical training, supervision, and facility capacity, particularly amid increasing rates of cesarean section and gynecologic surgery in low-income countries. While data indicate the need for a consistent definition of iatrogenic fistula, people working on these issues have yet to reach a consensus on definitions or a minimum acceptable standard of surgical care. During the webinar, moderator Bethany Cole and presenters Dr. Lauri Romanzi and Dr. Vandana Tripathi aimed to further the global effort to address these important issues.


Vasectomy: What’s the Latest?

June 23, 2016

This webinar captured the latest information and recommendations on vasectomy and vasectomy reversal procedures and practices. Learn about the data on long-term safety of vasectomy. Drs. Mark Barone and Japheth Ominde Achola from EngenderHealth, who updated the chapters on vasectomy and vasectomy reversal for the Global Library of Women’s Medicine, shared their expertise at this session.

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