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Expanding access to sexual and reproductive health in crises

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Mar 9, 2021 08:00-10:00 (America/New_York) Learn More

Part 2: Forecasting consumption of kits for emergency response. This webinar is the second in a three-part series focusing on the quantification of health commodities, particularly in humanitarian and emergency response contexts. Continuing from Part 1 of the series, which introduced concepts of health commodity forecasting, this webinar expands on the topic with a special focus on forecasting consumption for emergency kits, as well as other health kits. Participants will also learn what kits are, why they are used, and which kits are typically used in humanitarian/emergency response.

2/26/2021 Learn More

OPPORTUNITY: Help map SRH innovations!

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

The Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies (GCHS), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Science Practice are conducting this study on behalf of Elrha to explore sexual and reproductive health (SRH) innovations in humanitarian settings. As part of the research, they are interested in a wide array of innovations including, but not limited to, new or significant adaptations to products, technologies, services, delivery methods, processes, approaches or policies that address important problems in humanitarian SRH.

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Sexual and reproductive health is a core component of primary health care, but is often forgotten or ignored in humanitarian settings

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Why It Matters

35 million of the 134 million people in need of humanitarian assistance are women and girls of reproductive age.