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FCI-Burkina Faso Partners with Technical Support Facility for RMNCH Integration Training

October 20, 2011

On September 12-17, 2011, the Technical Support Facility (TSF) for West and Central Africa held a regional capacity building workshop for regional and international consultants who will be preparing Global Fund Round 11 proposals. Dr. Brahima Bassane, National Coordinator, and … Continue reading »

Youth Vision Zambia Holds a National Level Policy Dialogue

October 20, 2011

Youth Vision Zambia, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and SAfAIDS, co-organized a National Level Policy Dialogue. The key objective of the dialogue was to create a platform for effective advocacy and to establish the status on sexual reproductive … Continue reading »

U.S. Government Sends Mixed Signals on Funding and Policy

October 19, 2011

U.S. government officials continue to promote the Global Health Initiative and its integrated approach in a variety of public forums. It [the Global Health Initiative] focuses on building health systems and ensuring that women and children have access to an … Continue reading »

RH/HIV Integration Challenges and Opportunities

October 19, 2011

A key component of TIP is to strengthen the capacity of local and national CSOs to identify and take advantage of advocacy opportunities for advancing RH/HIV integration within policies and structures of the Global Fund, the U.S. government, and their … Continue reading »

The Road from Istanbul to Addis and Beyond

June 11, 2011

Setting an agenda for reproductive health supplies In May 2001, 130 stakeholders from around the world gathered in Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss challenges related to shortages of reproductive health supplies at the global and national levels. The Istanbul meeting and … Continue reading »

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What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions

July 15, 2010

by Jill Gay, Karen Hardee, Melanie Croce-Galis, Shannon Kowalski, Chanelle Gutari, Claire Wingfield, Kimberly Rovin, Kristine Berzin With women now making up half of those living with HIV worldwide, there is increasing interest among governments and donors in addressing the … Continue reading »

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Maternal Health Supplies in Uganda

June 3, 2010

Elizabeth Leahy Madsen, Jennifer Bergeson-Lockwood and Jessica Bernstein In Uganda, maternal mortality appears to have declined over the past decade, measured at 505 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2000/01 and 435 deaths in 2006, a ratio that is among … Continue reading »

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Maternal Health Supplies in Bangladesh

June 3, 2010

Jennifer Bergeson-Lockwood, Elizabeth Leahy Madsen and Jessica Bernstein In Bangladesh, maternal mortality appears to be declining; however, with at least 322 maternal deaths per 100,000 births, the country still has one of the highest maternal mortality ratios (MMR) in the … Continue reading »

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Funding Common Ground: Cost Estimates For International Reproductive Health

April 12, 2010

Suzanna Dennis and Clive Mutunga There are over a dozen estimates of the financial resources needed to improve reproductive health used by the reproductive health community. Lack of understanding of estimates currently in circulation can lead to fragmented advocacy and … Continue reading »

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The Effects of a Very Young Age Structure in Yemen: A Country Case Study

April 1, 2010

Elizabeth Leahy Madsen Yemen has broken into the global political scene, with periodic terrorist attacks against foreign targets and its location as a base for al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula highlighting the country‚Äôs geopolitical significance. Yemen has the most youthful … Continue reading »

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