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Woman being provided with contraceptives
In our first-ever podcast, we look at how one EU-funded programme is attempting to provide 120 million women in developing countries with access to contraceptives.
One in three women is estimated to have experienced physical or sexual violence during their lifetime – a fact often hidden, and too high to be ignored. We talked to the European Union Delegations in Guatemala and Mexico about their selection for the Spotlight Initiative, and its role in a region deemed the most violent in the world for women.
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From7 December 2017
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byDSW & Light for the World

In the context of the European Disability and Development Week initiated by the International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC), DSW and Light for the World are glad to invite you to a roundtable, organised in cooperation with the permanent representat

Blerina Vila uploaded a new Document 13 October 2017

 

This Thematic Brief provides quick guidance on the most important issues relating to gender and health

This Brief is addressed to staff from development cooperation agencies who are involved in health-related programmes and projects.

Maryse SIMONET uploaded a new Document 22 August 2017

Here's the gender and health systems learning support, initiated in the Spring of 2016 by B4, developed during the health thematic seminar of 2016, by Professor Sarah Hawkes, Professor Sally Theobald and Dr. Joanna Raven, with the participation of EUDs active in health.

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 2 February 2017

Sarah Hawkes is Professor of Global Public Health at the Institute for Global Health at UCL.

Sally Theobald is Chair in Social Science and International Health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and part of the ReBUILD and RInGS consortium. 

“To end the cycle of poverty and ensure sustainable development, you have to make sure women are in control of their sexual and reproductive health and rights [SRHR],” said Mangala Namasivayam from the Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW). In numerous developing countries, a range of cultural and religious factors mean that many, mostly women and young girls, are unable to fully realise these rights.
Marie Stopes Zambia's (MSZ) innovative family planning project is coming to an end of its funding (around €750,000) from the European Union. However, MSZ plans to continue delivering family planning services in 2016 in conjunction with other donors, says MSZ Senior Programme Manager Julia Ross.
Alfityanu Humanitaire International
Mathias Eichhorn 22 November 2015

Alfityanu Humanitarian International is a network of several non-profit and non-governmental organizations (NGO). We are present in 9 countries on 3 continents.

Our aim is to eliminate extreme poverty and to reduce inequality. We want to contribute to ensure access by all people, in...

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