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Past Events

Sep 8 - 10, 2021 Learn More

Maternal Mental Health Technical Consultation

MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project, WHO, UNFPA online (advance registration required)

This three-day consultation will bring together the maternal, newborn, child health, nutrition, and mental health communities to inform the path forward for maternal mental health and inform efforts to strengthen research and implementation efforts.

Aug 24, 2021 09:00-10:00 (America/New_York) Learn More

Part 2 of this webinar series takes participants through the actions they can take at various stages of the logistics cycle to ensure the quality of products in humanitarian response settings. They will learn about the QA actions that integrate with various supply chain functions, including product selection, quantification, procurement, inventory strategy, warehousing, distribution, and supply chain management support. Participants will be able to practice their learning through a post-webinar online game and access additional QA resources. Supply Chain experts Nora Quesada and Anabella Sánchez will conduct this webinar.

Jul 28, 2021 Learn More

Webinar: Disaster Preparedness for Community SRH Clinics

International Planned Parenthood Federation Western Hemisphere Region (IPPFWHR) Online Webinar

We will discuss how SRH facilities can integrate disaster preparedness into facilities maintenance plans. We will share a tool to help managers maximize preparation for an imminent climate disaster and assess facilities for safe reopening.

May 26, 2021 02:00-03:00 (America/New_York) Learn More

Periods In and After the Pandemic: Refugee Spotlight

Days for Girls, I'm Her, MH Hub, WASH United Online Webinar

In lead up to Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021, take a look at the ways in which humanitarian aid and refugee programs around the globe are working to advance menstrual equity among their populations in spite of -- and sometimes in the stride of -- the COVID-19 pandemic. Join an interactive Q&A session with field experts, and hear stories from refugee women and girls themselves, about how stakeholders in Bangladesh, Lebanon, Uganda, and Rwanda are “building back better” to design innovative and responsive strategies for addressing MH needs in refugee communities.