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Aujourd'hui 24 novembre, veille de la commémoration des #16jours , marque la fin de l'atelier de formation des médias et blogueurs sur les #VBG. Nous tenons à remercier tous nos partenaires qui ont rendu cela possible.
@MinistereEnfant @UnfpaCI @ACF_CI @EngenderHealth @CACi225

It’s Intl Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women & day 1 of #16Days of Action Against GBV. We’re working to #EndGBV by transforming harmful gender norms, supporting survivor-centered services & improving multi-sectoral prevention & response @UN_Women #OrangeTheWorld

(1/3) 10 EngenderHealth staff took part in @wizara_afyatz's National Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health and Nutrition (RMNCAH+N) Scientific Conference in Dar es Salaam last week. #RMNCAH

EngenderHealth was honored to share information on our work with former President of #Tanzania H.E. @jmkikwete & @mohznz Minister of Health for Zanzibar H.E. Ahmed Nassor Mazrui, who visited our booth during @wizara_afyatz’s #RMNCAH Scientific Conference in Dar es Salaam. #SRHR

During the RMNCAH+N Scientific Conference in Dar es Salaam, EngenderHealth Country Rep. for Tanzania @MasakoPrudence moderated a plenary session, supported by @MkapaFoundation, which focused on strategic HRH investment to improve maternal & newborn health outcomes. #RMNCAH

(1/2) Coming up from 1-2:30pm PET/EST, 4 EngenderHealth @IAAHglobal 2021 World Congress poster presentations! #iaah2021 #IAAH2021Congress http://ow.ly/XQAW50GQsc1

📣 Coming up from 1-3pm PET/EST, our 2nd @IAAHglobal 2021 World Congress poster presentation on supporting youth to improve adolescent & youth sexual & reproductive health & rights across West & Central Africa. Check it out! #iaah2021 #IAAH2021Congress http://ow.ly/XQAW50GQsc1

It's #WorldChildrensDay. Every child deserves the chance to live a healthy life. Supported by @UNICEFIndia, we trained Adolescent Girl Champions to promote healthy newborn care practices to improve newborn girl survival in Bihar, India. Learn more ➡️ http://ow.ly/KYBO50GSzSs

📣 Starting at 6pm PET/EST, our 1st @IAAHglobal 2021 World Congress on Adolescent Health poster presentation on understanding sexual & reproductive health knowledge, attitudes & practices among adolescents in Bihar, India 🇮🇳. #iaah2021 #IAAH2021Congress
http://ow.ly/XQAW50GQsc1

@POuagaPF Engagement renouvelé. Bravo au #Mali pour ce pas en avant @EngenderHealth

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Overview

EngenderHealth leads in improving the quality of health care in the world’s poorest communities. Quality health care – particularly reproductive health care and family planning services – means that providers listen; ensure that clients are able to make informed and voluntary decisions about their care; are responsive to clients’ needs; maintain clients’ privacy; and practice proper infection prevention.

Working closely with local governments and health facilities, EngenderHealth also improves quality by helping increase communication between staff and supervisors through an approach called facilitative supervision, monitoring health services to find the gaps between established standards and actual practice, and addressing the diverse learning needs of health care staff at a facility through whole-site training.

Toward these goals, EngenderHealth has developed a number of handbooks, curriculum, processes and tools:

  • COPE®, which stands for “client-oriented, provider-efficient” services, helps health care staff improve the quality, efficiency, and responsiveness of services provided at their facility.
  • Facilitative supervision, a system of management in which supervisors focus on the needs of their staff through mentoring, joint problem solving, and two-way communication.
  • Whole-site training and courses in infection prevention are among our other materials that work to improve quality at the service site.

 
Additional improving clinical quality publications are included below.


Transforming Access to IUDs in Gujarat and Rajasthan
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 11.2 MB)

Addressing Provider Attitudes and Biases in Family Planning Service Delivery
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 493 KB)

Best Practices in Clinical Trainings: Lessons Learned from the Expanding Access to IUDs in India (EAISI) Project
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 441 KB)

Self-Learning Instructional Module and Practicum (SLIM-P): An Innovative Strategy for Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Training
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 256 KB)

Strengthening Postabortion Contraceptive Services: Lessons Learned from the Expanding Access to IUDs in India (EAISI) Project
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 391 KB)

Potential for Improving IUD Service Delivery Quality
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 499 KB)

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