February 27th 2020, International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya through the Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) project, released its Phase 1 National Family Planning survey results in Nairobi.

ICRH Kenya currently implements a project aimed at increasing awareness on Sexual and gender-based violence, funded by the AmplifyChange project.

In December 2019 the ADAPT project partners conducted a successful research visit in Kampala and Mbarara, Uganda, to investigate adolescent contraception policy in Uganda.

As part of her doctoral studies and supported by the Marleen Temmerman Fund, Anna Galle maid a participatory film about fatherhood in Southern Mozambique, named “The pregnancy is ours”.

The Academic Network on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Policy (ANSER) launched a knowledge clip on medicalization of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) on February 6th, International day of Zero Tolerance for female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C).

“Women in power” or “Moeder worden” is the name of the simultaneous photo exhibition that highlights the strength of women but also the right to a respectful birth experience.

March 12th PhD student from Uganda Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha is defending her PhD at Ghent University

De Universiteit Gent en Université de Liège doen een nationale studie over seksueel geweld in België en de impact hiervan op het leven van mensen die op een directe of indirecte manier geconfronteerd werden met seksueel geweld. Het UN-MENAMAIS onderzoeksproject is op zoek naar LGBTQIA+ personen die ooit geconfronteerd werden met seksueel geweld en bereid zijn hun ervaringen te nemen in een diepte-interview.

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